Road to Casablanca

Overview

Will a dating service be the right place to find true love or will heartache ensue? Shy legal assistant, Cindy Brown needs help in the dating department according to her friend Victoria who signed Cindy up for a dating service catering to wealthy executives. Erick Redmund will be disinherited if he doesn't find a suitable wife--and fast, so he hires the matchmaking service to find a nice wifely looking woman for him for a blind date in Marrakech, Morocco, where he is going to begin a business venture as an ...
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Overview

Will a dating service be the right place to find true love or will heartache ensue? Shy legal assistant, Cindy Brown needs help in the dating department according to her friend Victoria who signed Cindy up for a dating service catering to wealthy executives. Erick Redmund will be disinherited if he doesn't find a suitable wife--and fast, so he hires the matchmaking service to find a nice wifely looking woman for him for a blind date in Marrakech, Morocco, where he is going to begin a business venture as an international film producer. After romantic sunset dinners, camel rides and several misunderstandings threaten to tear their relationship apart, Erick and Cindy soon realize the road to Casablanca is paved with unexpected twists and turns. Will they find the most incredible surprise of all--true love?
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  • ISBN-13: 9781604359404
  • Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/13/2009

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Cindy wasn't trying to check up on him; she thought she could trust him now after all that had gone on between them. She had simply finished with her massage and hair styling and wanted to meet Erick for a drink.

He had actually asked her to join him when she was finished, telling her he was going to be at the pool bar. That made the entire scene even more infuriating. She wondered if he wanted her to see him flaunting himself in front of the cameras with someone so obviously more glamorous than she could ever be.

More than that, the image of Erick there with the dark-haired beauty brought back the bitter memory of the incident between them only a few nights earlier. She thought she would never have to endure that kind of treatment again, but apparently, she was dead wrong about Erick. He hadn't changed a bit since the first day they met and probably never would.

Cindy's blood ran cold at the sight of him. She'd trusted him, forgiven him, believed in him.

How could he say those things to her, make love to her like he did and then come down here again, just like he did before, acting as if nothing had happened between them, as if he wasn't committed to anyone?

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