A Question of Marriage

A Question of Marriage

by Lindsay Armstrong

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The only solution to blackmail—was marriage!

Aurora poured her most intimate secrets into her diaries, so she was horrified that, by accident,Luke Kirwan now had them! He'd only return them on condition that Aurora agreed to date him…

Soon Aurora realized that Luke's teasing blackmail was thrilling both of them. What if she played Luke at his own game—if he wanted to keep her, he'd have to bind her to him with wedding vows?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459200333
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/17/2011
Series: The Australians , #2208
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 883,255
File size: 393 KB

About the Author

Lindsay Armstrong was born in South Africa. She grew up with three ambitions: to become a writer, to travel the world, and to be a game ranger. She managed two out of three! When Lindsay went to work it was in travel and this started her on the road to seeing the world. It wasn't until her youngest child started school that Lindsay sat down at the kitchen table determined to tackle her other ambition — to stop dreaming about writing and do it! She hasn't stopped since.

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A Question of Marriage 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I very seldom pan a book. I know the author has put their heart into it but ...this book started out good - the first three chapters and then , it was so repetative and completely annoying. The heroine was not ready for any kind of relationship and the hero? Did a lot of talking about nothing. The main problem of the story and why it did not gel was they never shut up but never communicated. It was like reading 2 different books. The first part had great potential and the last part should have been deleted on the computer! I am still feeling dizzy from trying to comprehend the words that seemed to go in circles. The whole book was just repetative. One of the worst that I ever read.