Colin Grey was in need of a wife That was fine with Mickie Oliver, young entrepreneur and budding corporate giant, for she earned her living in Manhattan as a professional wife. For a fee, Mickie and Company cleaned, shopped and ran errands -- all those tasks traditionally associated with wives. But Colin Grey took Wifeline to heart. When he attended business dinners, he wanted Mickie at his side. When he got sick, he didn't request cough syrup -- he wanted Mickie to administer it round the clock. The man even called Wifeline when he just wanted to chat! Colin said he didn't want a real wife, but why, then, did he make Mickie feel like one? Harlequin American Romance #163, August, 1986.
Used availability for Judith Arnold's Man and Wife
August 1987 : UK Paperback
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