THE VIRGIN'S WEDDING NIGHT
Ever since her mother abandoned her, all Harriet Flint has wanted is to have a career. Her grandfather wants her to find a husband, but Harriet's afraid to fall in love. To inherit her family home, however, she must marry before she's 25. She asks struggling artist Roan Zandros to enter into a marriage of convenience, and she'll finance an exhibition for him. But you know what they say about the best-laid plans! Harriet has opened a Pandora's box, and nothing is what it seems. A woman who's built a fortress around herself is wooed by a man with charm and gentleness, but she puts him through the wringer so often it becomes a bit frustrating. But the surprises interspersed throughout Sara Craven's The Virgin's Wedding Night (3) keep readers involved.