Wife For A Penny
|By Anne Hampson|
|Publisher||Harlequin Presents #40|
|Mills & Boon Romance #675|
|Release Month||Apr 1974 (US)|
|Aug 1972 (UK)|
|Harlequin Presents Series #|
|Preceded by||Tawny Sands|
|Followed by||Dangerous Enchantment|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Vineyard In A Valley|
|Followed by||Moment Of Decision|
Liz had never particularly wanted to be married -- she hadn't a high enough opinion of men! -- and she certainly hadn't wanted to marry the half-Greek Nigel Shapani.
Yet here she was, married to him indeed and firmly settled in his beautiful home in Delphi. How had it all happened? Unfortunately, under the terms of an eccentric will, if the two of them hadn't married two family for-tunes would have been lost -- not only to Liz and Nigel, but to Liz's elderly relatives who needed the money. But it was to be a business arrangement only. She would never let herself fall in love with him; to a Greek love meant subservience in a woman, and Liz would never stand for that.
But Nigel was a very attractive man. Could she manage to be that strong-minded?
- 1972, August - Mills & Boon Romance #675 (UK Original Release)
- 1974, April - Harlequin Presents #40 (US Original Release)
- 1979, November - Mills & Boon Classics #227