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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Superb finish to an entertaining quartet

    When the other three members of the Wedding Ring group enter her office, Amanda Coppersmith knows what they want. She informs Raven, Charli, and Sunny that she feels good for them with their recent marital bliss. However, the publisher of a monthly children¿s nature magazine says she tried that institution and learned it is not for her. Still, the persistent trio reminds Amanda of the pact they agreed to in high school in which they will matchmake for any one of them not married by thirty. The single Amanda just turned thirty. <P> Amanda decides she needs to out maneuver her well-meaning friends. In a taxi, she thinks about her conundrum and comes up with the solution in the driver, Nikolas Stephanos, a hunk with a command of the Queen¿s English. She hires him to pretend to be her boyfriend for the three months the Wedding Ring crisis exists. However, Amanda never expected to fall in love with her ¿boyfriend¿. Nick worries that when his beloved learns about his deception, not even love or her three matchmaking buddies will save the relationship. <P> FIANCÉ FOR HIRE, the final book in Pamela Burford¿s enjoyable ¿Wedding Ring¿ series, is a fun tale that contains several intriguing twists. The return of the previous three now married and happy heroines adds to the luster of feeling. Amanda is a complex character, perhaps the most enigmatic of the group. Nick is an intelligent hunk who readers will adore. Ms. Burford completes her triumphant quartet with another amusing romantic romp. <P>Harriet Klausner

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