The Marriage Recipe by Michele Dunaway
(Harlequin American Romance)

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New York loves pastry chef Rachel Palladia's desserts, and her boss in the A-list Italian restaurant where she works is desperate to make her his wife. A country girl's dream come true--until she catches her fianc? making love to someone else.

When her ex-fianc? sues her for the rights to her recipes, Rachel heads home to Morrisville, Indiana, to ask Colin Morris--the town's hotshot lawyer and her former secret crush--for help. But while they're working on an ironclad defense, their relationship really heats up!

The two are concocting a recipe for the perfect marriage--except he's determined to stay small-town, and she yearns for the big city's bright lights.

A dilemma, for sure, unless they can cook up a solution...


About Michele Dunaway

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Ever since she was in first grade, Michele Dunaway wanted to be a writer. Well, she wanted to be a nun, too, but that quickly passed when she discovered that boys were cute and didn't have cooties. So, while she didn't follow in Sister John Michael's footsteps, the writing dream did stick with her.Michele typed her first romance stories when she was in high school. Using an old green manual typewriter with a bad ribbon, Michele wrote love stories in which the girls on her street married the cute boys in the neighborhood. She still has those romance novels, in the memory box in her basement.In 1988 Michele set a goal at her five-year high school reunion, which was to publish a romance novel by the year 2000.After the birth of her children, Michele returned to writing. While she authored three professional journal articles, and compiled the Journalism Education Association Middle/Junior High Curriculum Guide, it wasn't until August of 1999 that Michele learned she had sold her first novel to Harlequin American Romance.Writing for Harlequin has always been Michele's dream, and she made her first sale after pitching the manuscript to an editor at the RWA national convention. As Michele is fond of saying, if you work hard enough, dreams really do come true.Michele still teaches and writes and you can reach her at P.O. Box 45, Labadie, MO 63055.
Published March 1, 2008 by Harlequin American Romance. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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