Identifying with your captor is one thing...Marrying him is quite another!
Reporter Julia Nash has waited years to join the top ranks of investigative journalists. When a business trip to Dubai reveals the key to a contentious mystery in the world of Thoroughbred racing, Julia knows her chance has arrived. But then she's caught snooping...and held in the sole custody of Lord Harrison Rochester!
As long as it takes. That's what Harrison vows when he holds Julia captive at his desert estate. He'll discover what the beauty has been up to--even if the search leads to an attraction neither could have imagined. But when Julia's safety is compromised, they are faced with saying goodbye...or saying "I do."
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: Millions to Spare|
|Release Date: 09-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Readers' Choice|
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Millions to Spare
Like regular people, Julia had a condo payment, a crack in the windshield of her four-year-old Honda, and her eye on a limited edition watercolor at the Beau-champ Gallery back in Lexington. So, when Melanie had invited her shopping this afternoon, Julia decided not to subject herself to temptation. She'd claimed she was duty bound to scope out the Nad Al Sheba racecourse, and the excuse was mostly true. She needed to get a feel for the sights and sounds of the exotic Thoroughbred racecourse.
The Prestons owned Quest Stables outside Louisville, Kentucky, and their horse Something to Talk About would race in the Sandstone Derby on Thursday evening. Any background information Julia could pick up between now and then would make her story that much richer.
It was a fluff piece, something to combat the negative press the Prestons had received lately in connection with their Thoroughbred Leopold's Legacy. DNA tests had revealed that the stallion was not sired by Apollo's Ice, as recorded, and therefore could no longer compete in Thoroughbred races until the true sire was found. But she took the job seriously. Not only were the Prestons her friends and in need of positive publicity, Julia knew her way out of the lifestyle section of Equine Earth was to do each and eve...