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Johanna has both feet planted on the executive ladder with no plans to marry. But when she meets her soulmate, he comes complete with challenges few women would contemplate.

"Johanna is a stunningly beautiful romance that proves that the capacity to love is limitless and that true love in a marriage is based on far more than sex. I could feel every aching emotional pain that Johanna felt as over and over she tried to help her husband but he seemed to get worse...Luke as the emotionally broken but still strong man was a pleasure to read about. I really enjoyed the resolution of this book, and for that alone will read this book over and over again. This book will win awards, and you do not want to miss it!"  Jasmine, Long and Short Reviews

Johanna Carmichael's goal to become the first female executive at Larkspur Industries is within her reach. Then a stress filled work week sends her to an old haunt, the fishing village of Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. The island is a place where she can let down her guard, and this time she joins a bike hike to a campground in the company of a gang of rambunctious college students and a charming, down-on-his-luck stranger. An intimate night spent with the enigmatic stranger has unexpected consequences, and in order to protect her position at Larkspur, she offers him cash for a quick marriage to cover the pregnancy and an even speedier divorce. 

When they meet to finalize the paperwork, she discovers the man is Lucas Bryerson, CEO of Bryerson Shipping. Widowed and man-about-town, he makes a counter offer. The marriage will be real, and they will raise the twins she's expecting together. She only agrees because they share a mutual goal ─ the welfare of the twins. On their wedding night, she discovers Luke has profound psychological scars, ones that could easily destroy him. She’s also fallen in love with him and will do anything to save him ─ because he is a man worth saving.


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