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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 The McIvor Sisters
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y separately published work icon The Outback Engagement Margaret Way , Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2005 8825681 2005 single work novel romance

'Darcy McIvor is shocked at the contents of her late father's will. She might have inherited half his estate – but the other half has gone to her estranged sister! Not only that, her father has given overall control to Curt Berenger, a man whom Darcy once nearly married....

'To Darcy's horror, her gold-digging sister is now making a move on Curt. Her Curt. Curt whom Darcy has to work with, despite everything. And Darcy knows that if she has any hope of being with Curt she'll have to tell him why she finished with him all those years ago....' (Publication summary)

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y separately published work icon Marriage at Murraree Margaret Way , Chatswood : Harlequin Mills and Boon , 2005 Z1538320 2005 single work novel romance

'Discovering her late father was a billionaire cattle king makes Casey McGuire one of the famous "McIvor heiresses." She's worked hard all her life, and she's never had the prospect of money – until now. All she needs to do is journey into the Outback to find her roots....

'As well as never knowing money, Casey has never truly known love. Irresistible cattle baron Troy Connellan is ready and willing to change all that. But can wary Casey let go of her past for a future with a rich...' (Publication summary)

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    • Richmond, Surrey,
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      England,
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      United Kingdom (UK),
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      Western Europe, Europe,
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      Mills and Boon ,
      2005 .
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      • First date: September 2005.

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