Meet Me at Midnight by Gael Morrison

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Nate Robbins needs the twenty million dollars his eccentric uncle left him to fuel the business he began in honor of his deceased wife and unborn child.

But there's a catch.

To get the twenty million, Nate must re-marry before his thirtieth birthday, only three weeks away.

Samantha Feldon married for love. But after the birth of her son, her husband deserted her and the child. Now, Sam is determined not to marry again unless she's sure the love she finds is true.

So when her boss, Nate Robbins, offers her the job of "wife", Sam refuses, but agrees to help him find someone suitable.

Accompanying Nate on a Caribbean Cruise, Sam finds him the perfect woman, realizing too late she loves Nate herself.

", passion and family all mixed into one delightful romance cocktail. ~EC Sheedy, author of Man for the Morning

A Woman's Heart
Meet Me at Midnight
Magic of the Drums
Athenian Wish

OTHER TITLES by Gael Morrison
Lovers Never Lie
Take Me, I'm Yours
A Little Loving

Gael's love of travel and adventure has led her all over the world and provided exciting backdrops for her stories.

About Gael Morrison

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Gael Morrison has enjoyed travel and adventure all over the world. With her husband, she backpacked through Europe and Turkey, taught high school in the primitive paradise of New Guinea, explored the varied cultures of Asia, India and Afghanistan. Back in Canada she an her husband taught juevenile delinquents in an Outward Bound camp while he attended law school. They traveled with their sons to study for a year at Cambridge, England, then the family explored France Italy and Spain before returning again to Canada. Gael now teaches English as a Second Language to refugees and new Canadians at a community college. Her love of storytelling and adventure led her to writing finely crafted romance and suspense in romantic mysteries.
Published February 21, 2013 by ePublishing Works!. 178 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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