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Fate Takes A Hand (Harlequin Readers' Choice)

Too good to be true?When Eulalia first met Fenno, she found him thoroughly irritating! So she was alarmed when her attraction to him escalated to uncomfortable levels. And it certainly didn't help that he was engaged to another woman.Eulalia had more important things to take care of—like finding a home for herself and her young cousin. But her mysterious inheritance of a country cottage made her s...

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Print Length: 192 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Special Releases; Original edition (July 1, 2013)
Publication Date: July 1, 2013
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
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“Mrs. Neels' books are always clean, uplifting reads. They're well-written, and, yes, they're predictable (and similar, to an extent), but I am so tired of books that call themselves "romances" that don't have a bit of romance in them. Her books make ...”

spicious. Was fate—or Fenno—giving her a helping hand?