Even at their first meeting, Ben Haviland was Sarah Woodley's knight inshining armour. She had just ended her engagement, work was going badly, andthe skies couldn't have looked blacker - until Ben stepped in. Good-lookingand slightly crazy, he offered her a solution to both their problems: sheneeded a fresh start - and he needed a wife! "It's a perfect arrangement,"Ben said. But Sarah had her doubts. She'd only just freed herself from along engagement and Ben's proposal came much too soon. And for all the wrongreasons. He insisted theirs would be strictly a business deal--one thatwould get him off the hook with the tax department. In return he promised tofinance her dream of having her own fashion boutique in Sydney. The offerwas tempting, yet Sarah knew a self-styled maverick like Ben wouldn't takekindly to the demands of a real wife and family. And, though they hardlyknew each other, she knew that what she really wanted was a proper marriage.And Sarah found herself whisked into a world of fantasy where dreams cametrue and she could have what she most desired. Except that, once she had gotto know Ben, what she most desired was not a fantasy but reality - and areality that included Ben...
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