Her Best Friend's Brother by Kay Stockham
(Harlequin Super Romance)

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They had one night. That's all Shelby Brookes would allow herself to indulge in with Luke Tulane. Yes, he's gorgeous. And yes, he's the greatest guy she knows, but he's her best friend's brother, for crying out loud! She's pretty sure there are rules against sleeping with friends' brothers.

Then Shelby discovers she's pregnant. And Luke's determined to do the right thing—down to the bended-knee proposal and the meeting at the altar. As tempting as his offer is, Shelby's convinced she's not the marrying kind. She's bound to hurt him, and that's definitely against the rules of friendship. Still, she doesn't count on how persuasive Luke can be when he really wants something…her.

 

About Kay Stockham

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Kay Stockham sold to Harlequin's Superromance line February 11, 2005, and celebrated her long-awaited dream come true while tagging along with her husband to a pharmaceutical convention in Vegas. Kay's debut novel, Montana Secrets, was released in October, 2005, and hit number seven on Waldenbooks Series Bestseller List. Within ten months of that first sale, she sold three more stories to the Superromance series, and attributes her success to perseverance and a true love of the romance genre.You can find Kay hanging out online at eHarlequin.com's Make Mine Super! message board, www.Noveltalk.com and in her cyber home at www.kaystockham.com where she hosts a monthly contest giveaway and blogs about what it's like to be a newly published author.
 
Published March 1, 2009 by Harlequin Superromance. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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