All Pamela Spencer wants, is to help her brother, Tom, get his life back on track. After a job-related accident, he is confined to a wheelchair, unable to do anything except endure excruciating pain. When Pam discovers an ad in the newspaper, advertising for "a worthy heir" to inherit Fiona Bainbridge's millions, she jumps at the chance that will allow Tom to be back under a doctor's care. After all, it was Fiona's company, Bainbridge Corporation, that caused Tom's problems in the first place. Reese Bainbridge, Fiona's grandson who has refused to have anything to do with Bainbridge Corporation, quickly returns home when he discovers that his fanatical grandmother has run an ad in the newspaper for someone to replace him as her heir. His frustration with his grandmother grows much stronger when he discovers that she has moved the beautiful, voluptuous, green-eyed blonde and her freeloading brother into the house that he's supposed to inherit.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Pat Ballard, the Queen of Rubenesque Romance, writes romance novels and short stories with Big Beautiful Heroines to show that plus-size women are just as sexy, romantic, and exciting as their slim sisters. She is also the author of 10 Steps to Loving Your Body (No Matter What Size You Are). She lives and writes in Nashville, TN.
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This book is about self-love for every woman out there, no matter what size clothes she wears. When self-confident, beautiful Pamela Spencer makes up her mind to do something ~ or in this case to not only do something but to win someone's heart, she does it. After all, Pamela and Reese's grandmother, Fiona, definitely know what kind of woman Reese needs and is really attracted to. And it's not skinny little Sharon! ...When Pamela leaves Reese and files for a divorce, she writes him a letter ...'I'm sorry I played along with Fiona and tricked you into marrying me. But now you'll have your freedom back. Freedom to marry Sharon, like she said you wanted to do. She said you two had always loved each other and that you'd be married now, if not for me.' I don't know how many men who have told me they weren't interested in a stick of bones, but this book illustrates there are many of them out there who are gorgeous, successful, and strong. I don't know a man alive who wouldn't choose Marilyn Monroe over a size '0'. I enjoyed this author's writing so much that I am requesting my local library look into purchasing some of her books as well as my favorite bookstore keeping some on their shelves. Hopefully, they'll listen. Pat Ballard has a voice that deserves to be heard and listened to.