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  • 2 of 10 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at North Kansas City.

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1 current hold with 10 total copies.

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North Kansas City Public Library FICTION HEATH 2021 (Text) 0001002389508 Fiction New Checked out 12/20/2021

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"The first in a new historical rom-com series, a handsome earl hires a fake fiancaee to keep his matchmaking mother at bay, but hilarity ensues when love threatens to complicate everything. The last thing Hugh Standish, Earl of Fareham, ever wants is a wife. Unfortunately for him, his mother is determined to find him one, even from across the other side of the ocean. So Hugh invents a fake fiancaee to keep his mother's matchmaking ways at bay. But when Hugh learns his interfering mother is on a ship boundfor England, he realizes his complicated, convoluted but convenient ruse is about to implode. Until he collides with a beautiful woman, who might just be the miracle he needs. Minerva Merriwell has had to struggle to support herself and her two younger sisters ever since their feckless father abandoned them. Work as a woodcut engraver is few and far between, and the Merriwell sisters are nearly penniless. So when Hugh asks Minerva to pose as his fiancaee while his mother is visiting, she knows that whilethe scheme sounds ludicrous, the offer is too good to pass up. Once Minerva and her sisters arrive at Hugh's estate, of course nothing goes according to his meticulous plan. As hilarity and miscommunication ensue while everyone tries to keep their tangled stories straight, Hugh and Minerva's fake engagement starts to turn into a real romance. But can they trust each other when their relationship started with a lie? The first book in the Merriwell Sisters series, Never Fall for Your Fiancaee is a hilarious, sparkling historical romantic comedy from Virginia Heath"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Women wood-engravers > Fiction.
Nobility > Fiction.
Sisters > Fiction.
Genre: Humorous fiction.
Novels.
Historical fiction.
Romance fiction.

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