If Hanna Rockwell isn't married by the time she reaches her 30th birthday, she will lose her home, Rockwell Place, and her entire inheritance. Hanna's mother and brother, who also live at Rockwell Place, are desperately afraid they're going to lose their home and allowance. Their constant nagging at Hanna to find someone to marry has driven her to challenge them. "Start planning the wedding, Mother. And Will, you find the groom. And I'll get married on my 30th birthday!"
One party. One wild night in her entire life and Faith Car winds up pregnant! What were the odds? And what were the odds that the handsome stranger who'd gotten her pregnant had only made love to her because of a stupid bet! And now he didn't want anything to do with her or the baby that was growing inside her.
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.
Nella Covington can't believe she's agreed to marry the arrogant Samuel L. du Cannon, even if it's only a marriage of convenience. He needs a mother for his small son, and she needs to keep her beloved childhood home. Will she be able to stand his egotistical attitude? His domineering manner? But Jake is such a darling little boy! And he's already captured her heart. What does she have to lose?
"Nice interesting Book .... GREAT narrator"