Breaking/Making Up by Miranda; Napier, Susan Lee
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Breaking Making Up

Two irresistible men from Down Under—one Aussie, one Kiwi. The time has come for them to settle old scores and win the women they've always wanted!

Miranda Lee Something Borrowed

Ashleigh is marring James. He's kind and reliable—unlike Jake, his wild identical twin, who loved Ashleigh and left her long ago. This time, Ashleigh is sure she's chosen the right brother…. Until her wedding night turns out to be so passionate that she wonders if she knows her new husband at all!

Susan Napier Vendetta

Vivian goes in place of her sister to face Nicholas Thorne's retribution—and walks into his trap. Nicholas is now Vivian's captor and she must play him along until she can outwit him. But Nicholas has waited ten years for this…. To seduce Vivian into falling in love with him will be the greatest revenge ever!

Breaking Making Up
Two original stories in one unique collection by Miranda Lee and Susan Napier.


About Miranda; Napier, Susan Lee

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After leaving her convent school, Miranda Lee briefly studied the cello before moving to Sydney, where she embraced the emerging world of computers. Her career as a programmer ended after she married, had three daughters and bought a small acreage in a semi-rural community. She yearned to find a creative career from which she could earn money. When her sister suggested writing romances, it seemed like a good idea. She could do it at home, and it might even be fun! She never looked back.
Published August 22, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s. 184 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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