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THE MARQUIS AND THE MOTHER-TO-BE
by Valerie Parv

Genre: Series, Harlequin Superromance, Current Series Imprints

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She should have known that the Tiga Lodge she purchased for her and her unborn
baby was too good to be true. Carissa discovers that the Lodge is
part of the Carramer Royal Trust when
a very handsome Eduard de Marigny—a
childhood crush—shows up in his naval
uniform. When Eduard discovers the scam and Carissa's pregnancy, he offers
to marry her. Carissa thinks Eduard is only marrying her because he can't
father children due to an accident that he had years earlier. She doesn't
want charity or pity. Then a fall changes everything, in very different
ways, and Carissa finds herself agreeing
to marry the man she'd loved since
childhood. THE MARQUIS AND THE MOTHER-TO-BE (2) is the third of the Carramer series.
Although Valerie Parv does a nice job with the backdrop and characters in the
Carramer Legacy series, the story is mostly plot driven, with very little tension
or romance.

Reviewed By: Judith Rippelmeyer

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: December 2002

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