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Pride: The Playboys Proposition/Too Proud To Be Bought/After Their Vows Miranda Lee

Pride: The Playboys Proposition/Too Proud To Be Bought/After Their Vows

Miranda Lee

Published January 1st 2014
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The Playboy’s Proposition — Miranda LeeSheyna Simmons and Jace Beaumont have been competing with each other since grammar school, but ever since she showed up in a skimpy maids outfit, shes noticed Jace cant take his eyes off her. Good thing shedMoreThe Playboy’s Proposition — Miranda LeeSheyna Simmons and Jace Beaumont have been competing with each other since grammar school, but ever since she showed up in a skimpy maids outfit, shes noticed Jace cant take his eyes off her. Good thing shed never fall for a playboy...But when she gets in a jam at a bachelorette auction, its Jace who agrees to pay for a forty-eight-hour getaway with Sheyna in Vegas. And he has every intention of collecting his prize — even if getting Sheyna in his bed means hell never want her to leave...Too Proud To Be Bought — Sharon KendrickWaitress Zara Evans doesnt belong in glittering high society. That is until she finds herself unexpectedly at an exclusive party, and manages to captivate the most sought-after man in the room — Russian oligarch Nikolai Komarov.For Nikolai, theres something about Zara that makes her stand out from the crowd. Experience has taught him all women have their price, but he has never encountered anyone like Zara — a young woman who is too proud and too willful to be bought.After Their Vows — Michelle ReidAngie de Calvhos meant the vows she shared with husband Roque at the altar. Pity he didn’t return her sincerity… Instead Angie found herself going through a mortifyingly public separation!Now, divorce papers in hand, Angie has finally built up the courage to put an end to her time as a de Calvhos wife. But she’s forgotten the magnetic pull that devilish Roque possesses. And that broken vows don’t necessarily mean a broken marriage…