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When a tried and true merger hits a few snags, only a traditional happily-ever-after will do.

In 2647, only ten percent of the population marries, and most of those nuptials are business related. Sierra Merritt, heir to Merritt Industrial, is married to her job. She doesn’t want another “husband,” and certainly not a Tergonian Shifter. Jonathan Bain Wright III, a Tergonian shapeshifter and major shareholder in Wright Enterprises, completely agrees. Neither bride nor groom wishes to marry a partner sight unseen and think a merger should end at the business level. Unfortunately, their shareholders don’t agree. Trying to indulge in their last few days of freedom before they’re forced to meet and marry, they each visit a nightclub with pleasure in mind. But when her bridal shower and his bachelor party intersect, they find themselves naked, happy, and in each others’ arms.

When the unthinkable happens, they have to wonder. Can a shifter find a traditional happily-ever-after with a human who makes him feel what no human should? And can said human convince him her love is real?

Warning: This novella is HOT. A sexy read between two lovers who need each other, in and out of the bedroom. Intended for a mature audience.

Tempting Traditions by Marie Harte

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Author
Marie Harte
Publisher
No Box Books
Date of release
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87
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ebook
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