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Maisey Yates

Marriage Made on Paper

New York Times–Bestselling Author: It’s only a pretend marriage . . . but he wants a real wedding night!
When ambitious public relations expert Lily Ford signs a contract with hotshot property tycoon Gage Forrester, she feels like she’s inadvertently signed her life away. A tough taskmaster, he wants Lily at his beck and call 24/7.
Gage expects employees to go above and beyond. So, when he needs to generate some positive PR, his solution is completely unexpected: he proposes to Lily. All in the name of business, of course.
It’s just a deal struck on paper. But when it comes to their wedding night, Gage is a stickler for tradition . . .
Praise for Maisey Yates
“Pitch-perfect plotting and carefully crafted characters.” —Publishers Weekly
“Maisey Yates always writes stories that stay in your heart long after you read the last page.” —RaeAnne Thayne, New York Times–bestselling author of Summer at the Cape
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  • vian23has quoted4 years ago
    When he’d smiled like that…it had made her feel as if her heart was too big for her chest.
  • vian23has quoted4 years ago
    She was the only one she counted on for anything, and that was the way it had to be. If she let herself down, there was no one else to blame, and there was no one else hurt. It all came down to her.
  • fatinkhalidahhas quoted5 years ago
    was her body. A body that had inspired him to get

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