Princes of the Outback Bundle by Bronwyn Jameson

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Princes of the Outback: Groomed for Success, Destined for Riches

Three Australian half-brothers--dubbed "Princes of the Outback" by the tabloids--make a pact to father a baby within a year to save their inheritance as dictated by their father's will.

For oldest brother Tomas Carlisle, still reeling from a heart-wrenching tragedy, that means entering into a baby-making agreement with this friend Angelina...who insists on conceiving a child the natural way. Middle brother and playboy hotelier Rafe's solution is to wager with desperate Cat McConnell to make her his convenient wife. And when youngest brother Alex is jilted at the altar, unexpected sparks fly with his ex-fiancée's best friend , Zara...and Alex is determined to make her his new bride!

Bundle includes the three books in Bronwyn Jameson's Princes of the Outback trilogy, The Rugged Loner, The Rich Stranger, and The Ruthless Groom, plus a bonus story Outback Reunion.

 

About Bronwyn Jameson

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Bronwyn was born with a multiple personality. One half of her was in Winston-Salem, N.C. and the other half was in Cape May, N.J. The Winston-Salem half had been writing contemporary romances for a number of years while the Cape May half had been piling up rejection slips.When Mary Williams in New Jersey called her sister, Dixie Browning, and suggested that she write a historical romance, Dixie was reluctant; using the excuse of a limited attention span and a distaste for lengthy research. It quickly became evident that Dixie's shortcomings were Mary's strengths. Thus a perfect right brain/left brain team was formed.Bronwyn Williams' first Harlequin Historical novel, White Witch, was published in 1988 while Mary was still living in Cape May with her Coast Guard husband. She sent Dixie a photograph of the banner she had strung across the front of her entire house proclaiming, "We're Published!"Some 18 historical novels later, the process continues to vary. Ideas come from both, rough plots are mapped out by Mary, torn apart by Dixie, and reassembled by both. The actual writing is done by Dixie, the research and no-holds-barred editing by Mary, and the final critique by their sister, Sara Shoemaker.Invariably, by the time Dixie types The End to one story, Mary has another proposal all ready for review. You may contact Bronwyn at: PO Box 1028, Buxton, NC, 27920.
 
Published April 21, 2010 by Silhouette Desire. 493 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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