A Sensible Wife


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Was It Only a Business Arrangement?

Deborah had lost her money and her passport and she hadn't eaten in twenty-four hours. But should she accept the help of a stranger, especially one who exuded such total confidence in himself?

Gil Hamilton's offer to help Deborah was genuine, but it came with conditions�he'd pay her to pretend to be his wife. The arrangement would help him out of a sticky situation and Deborah out of a precarious one. And, as he constantly reminded her, the arrangement was only temporary. Gil had no intention of really marrying a woman like Deborah. He wanted a sensible wife!

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