Marrying The American Heiress by Diana Bold

This is an thrilling, dramatic, sweet and engaging story. Michael is an intense, unemotional and stubborn man. Emma is a vivacious, bold and caring woman. After losing his intended to his brother, Michael turns his attention to the only other woman with a dowry big enough to cover his needs, the American heiress Emma Marks. Emma has been dreaming of marrying a man with a title because that's what her mother wanted for her. When Michael shows up to propose the day after they were introduced, Emma sees something in him that intrigues her, so she tells him she'll think about it. After she agrees, Michael blows hot and cold, making her waffle about whether she's making the right decision or not. Neither trusts the others motives, and Michael has so much conflict in his life, including his growing feelings for Emma, that he is confused and angry. There are shocking twists to the storyline that make this book very hard to put down.

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