Sabrina Cassidy believes in fate. So when her fiancé breaks off their engagement, she's convinced they'll get back together eventually. But fate was not on her side when it brought Jack Brenner into her life—and work. Frustrating, gorgeous, and cocky, Jack has an offer that Sabrina can't refuse. Not if it means getting the life she's always imagined. Despite being one of the town's most eligible bachelors, Jack has a reputation that's working against him. He has to convince his father—and his company's board—that he's ready to settle down if he wants a promotion. But convincing Sabrina to be his fake girlfriend turns out to be the easiest part. What he didn't count on was their intense attraction and how easily their lie would escalate. Sabrina's still hung up on her ex, and Jack will never settle down. But fate has other ideas... Each book in the Anyone But You series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order. Series Order: Book #1 - Fiance by Fate Book #2 - Wedding Date for Hire Book #3 - Wrong Brother, Right Match
fiance by fate
In order to READ Online or Download Fiance By Fate ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account. We cannot guarantee that Fiance By Fate book is in the library, But if You are still not sure with the service, you can choose FREE Trial service. READ as many books as you like (Personal use).
She needs a fiance for a night… Molly McGuire needs a temporary fiance—and when fate steps in at the last moment Molly's saved…. Nick Bailey is sexy, successful and cynical—and he's hers for the night! …he wants herforever! Molly is delighted with their date but it seems Nick expects his favor to be returned! Molly finds herself pretending to be his convenient fiancée…worse, it's going to be until Nick's satisfied she's paid him back—in full!
Fate can be a cruel mistress or a naughty prankster but it rules us all in some form or another. Logan finds himself at fates mercy when his fiancée leaves him at the altar for another man. Angered by the thought that he was willing to give up everything for "the one" only to have her toss him aside, he's determined not to let any woman make a fool of him again....ever. He chooses to take the honeymoon they were meant to go on, with the intentions of forgetting her forever. Walking into his hotel he finds Bella and something inside him shifts, but he won't accept it. No he's through with women and their wiles.Bella hopes for a great future with her fiancé. But another betrayal makes her swear herself off all men. Two broken hearts, two strangers with the same goal, keeping their hearts locked from any feeling. Will fate make them both submit? Will they learn how to love again?
Hell has no fury like a woman scorned… Cattle rancher and single father Tristan Cayle had his sights set on one goal—traveling to Colorado to meet a woman he'd fallen for on the Internet. But the instant he arrived at the Elk River Resort, run by Megan Duke's family, he was labeled a con artist and a bigamist. Though they'd never met, Megan already loved Tristan. But now, through some error, Tristan stood accused of being betrothed to two vengeful wives. And, as Megan fought her warring feelings of love and distrust, a third woman arrived in town—one who was ready to kill Megan and kidnap Tristan's son. Honeymoon Hideaway
An auto accident with a bad boy sparks a fake engagement...is it fate or a heartbreaking mistake? Jaime and Liza enter into a fake engagement, each with the intention of using the other to solve their problems, but they didn't bargain on getting their hearts entangled with their agreement.
I don't believe in fate, but this dragon makes me burn ...I want to be a playwright, not a trophy husband to whatever powerful alpha my family chooses. And when they go too far, I can't take it any more. I'd rather be poor than their pawn. But when my past catches up to me, I do what I do best ... make something up.Mason Shanahan isn't my fiancé, but my family doesn't need to know that. A dragon as powerful as Mason shouldn't be happy to play along, and a part of me is worried that he's just as concerned with his status in society as my family. But if that's true, why does he kiss me like me means it? He says there's more than a fake relationship tying us together ... he says we're mates. No one believes in those stories anymore, myself included, but the more time I spend in Mason's arms, the more I find myself wondering ... are we really faking it? Or could it be fate?
An unforgettable addition to his widely acclaimed body of work, The Late Child is Larry McMurtry's tender, funny, and poignant sequel to The Desert Rose. McMurtry delivers another rich cast of characters -- and a heartfelt, bittersweet story that unfolds on the open road, in one woman's search for strength, understanding, and hope. Harmony is the optimistic, resilient Las Vegas ex-showgirl who returns home one day to the news that her beloved daughter has died, in New York, of AIDS. She manages to stay afloat, buoyed by her precocious five-year-old son, Eddie, and her two outspoken sisters as they set forth on a journey across the country, seeking answers about her daughter's death. From Nevada to New York to Oklahoma, the eccentrics Harmony and her entourage meet nudge them closer to an inner peace with life, and a way to find hope in the future. Alive with inventive storytelling and honest emotion, The Late Child is a warm, enriching experience that celebrates the unique relationship between mother and child.
In this extraordinary breakout novel—a rich, devastatingly humorous epic of one unforgettable family—award-winning author Eric Dupont illuminates the magic of stories, the bonds of family, and the twists of fate and fortune to transform our lives. Over the course of the twentieth century, three generations of the Lamontagnes will weather love, passion, jealousy, revenge, and death. Their complicated family dynamic—as dramatic as Puccini’s legendary opera, Tosca—will propel their rise, and fall, and take them around the world . . . until they finally confront the secrets of their complicated pasts. Born on Christmas, Louis Lamontagne, the family’s patriarch, is a larger-than-life lothario and raconteur who inherits his mother’s teal eyes and his father’s brutish good looks and whose charms travel beyond Quebec, across the state of New York where he wins at county fairs as a larger-than-life strongman, and even in Europe, where he is deployed for the US Army during World War II. We meet his daughter, Madeleine, who opens a successful chain of diners using the recipes from her grandmother, the original American Fiancée, and vows never to return to her hometown. And we end with her son Gabriel, another ladies’ man in the family, who falls in love with a woman he follows to Berlin and discovers unexpected connections there to the Lamontagne family that re-frame the entire course of the events in the book. An unholy marriage of John Irving and Gary Shteyngart with the irresistible whimsy of Elizabeth McCracken, The American Fiancée is a big, bold, wildly ambitious novel that introduces a dynamic new voice to contemporary literature.