Caryl has loved Brad since she was eighteen. But it was her sister, Emma, whom he loved and wanted to marry. Still, the relationship was fated not to last, much to the chagrin of Brad's father, Sir Geoffrey.
When Brad comes to Caryl with a half-mad scheme--impersonate her sister Emma and pose as his fiancée to bring the old man some happiness in his final days--Caryl has misgivings. But she can't say no to the man she's loved since childhood. Can she win Brad for herself--or will their marriage remain in name only?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Anne Hampson is a veteran romance writer with over 125 titles under her belt. Born in England, she always dreamed of teaching and writing; however, after World War I, poverty forced her to leave school at age 14 to sew blouses for Marks & Spencer's. Later in life, she attended school at Manchester University.
Anne Hampson has a long line of number-one sellers for Mills & Boon, Silhouette, and Harlequin, including the Harlequin Presents line of titles. Many of her books have been reprinted, some as many as 16 times, and some have been classified as rare collector's items. Combining contemporary romance with timeless appeal, her work has delighted generations of fans.