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Marriage by Arrangement

by Sophia Singh Sasson
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date: 2020-08-01
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN 13: 1488063087
ISBN 10: 9781488063084
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Synopsis : Marriage by Arrangement written by Sophia Singh Sasson, published by Harlequin which was released on 2020-08-01. Download Marriage by Arrangement Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. “There are some good reasons to have your marriage arranged.” Rani looked at him, an uneasy feeling creeping deep into her belly. “Like what?” He swallowed. “Like knowing that two people share the same family values and expectations. -- When a business proposal turns very personal… Rule #1: Don’t fall for the client. Because he’ll rock your world… Architect Rani Gupta will never let a man compromise her career or freedom again. Which is a problem now that her newest client is irresistible hotelier Arjun Singh—aka the sexiest bachelor in India. A little fling with this gorgeous man would be scandal enough. But a fake engagement might just be more trouble than they bargained for—especially if Arjun has a prior arrangement!

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Pages: 224
Authors: Sophia Singh Sasson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-08-01 - Publisher: Harlequin

When a business proposal turns very personal… Rule #1: Don’t fall for the client. Because he’ll rock your world… Architect Rani Gupta will never let a man compromise her career or freedom again. Which is a problem now that her newest client is irresistible hotelier Arjun Singh—aka the sexiest bachelor in India. A little fling with this gorgeous man would be scandal enough. But a fake engagement might just be more trouble than they bargained for—especially if Arjun has a prior arrangement!
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This boxed set includes all of the books in the Marriage by Arrangement Series. His Wicked Lady - Mr. Malcolm Jasper prides himself on his immaculate reputation, and he’s decided it’s time to get married so he can start having children to leave a legacy to. Unfortunately for him, he happens to be paired with Lady Cantrell, a lady who thinks the rules of the Ton are made to be broken. Her Devilish Marquess - Miss Danette Everson, who had confined herself to a life of spinsterhood, has finally agreed to an arranged marriage. But when she's paired up with a gentleman whose favorite pastime is scandalizing the Ton, she believes her new marriage is one huge mistake. The Earl's Wallflower Bride - Lady Iris has just been matched with the most selfish and arrogant gentleman in all of London, and there’s nothing she can do to get out of the marriage.
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“Caroline, maukah kau menikah denganku?” Caroline Trent, terkejut ketika Profesor James Willis melamarnya secara tiba-tiba. Dengan nada datarnya seperti menanyakan apa warna sepatu yang dipakainya. Karena bagi James, pernikahan adalah sebuah pekerjaan. "Pernikahan yang kutawarkan ini hanyalah sebuah legalitas agar kita bisa hidup dalam satu rumah. Dengan beberapa tugas tambahan, yaitu menjadi pendamping untuk berbagai acara yang harus dihadiri, di mana membutuhkan kehadiran seorang istri.” "Aku anggap kita akan memiliki pernikahan yang sukses dan bahagia. Aku membutuhkan seorang istri yang bisa mengelola rumah tanggaku, tetapi di lain sisi aku tak mau kehidupan pribadi maupun pekerjaanku terganggu. Sebagai imbalan kau akan tinggal di rumahku, menjalani hidup dengan santai tanpa harus dikejar-kejar jadwal rumah sakit yang tidak manusiawi. Kupikir hal ini akan sangat menguntungkan bagi kita berdua. Caroline Trent, 27 tahun, dokter yang sehari-hari bertugas di Bagian Gawat Darurat. James Willis, 40 tahun, ahli bedah jantung ternama. Keduanya adalah pribadi yang saling bertolak belakang. James yang terbiasa dominan, menganggap dengan menikahi Caro yang pendiam, akan menjadikan kehidupannya menjadi lebih baik. Caro yang logis dan tak banyak bicara, cocok sekali menjadi kandidat peran istri baginya, yang tak ingin kehidupan pribadinya terganggu dengan hal-hal sepele seperti jatuh cinta. memiliki pendapat yang lain. Karena di balik penampilannya yang sederhana dan tenang, wanita ini ternyata bisa menjungkir-balikkan hidup James. Dan memancing sisi terkonyol dirinya, yang tidak diketahui orang lain. Karena pernikahan tidak pernah sederhana.
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Marriage globally is undergoing profound change, provoking widespread public comment and concern. Through the close ethnographic examination of case studies drawn from Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, Marriage in Past, Present and Future Tense places new and changing forms of marriage in comparative perspective as a transforming and also transformative social institution. In conditions of widespread socio-political inequality and instability, how are the personal, the familial and the political co-produced? How do marriages encapsulate the ways in which memories of past lives, present experience and imaginaries of the future are articulated? Exploring the ways that marriage draws together and distinguishes history and biography, ritual and law, economy and politics in intimate family life, this volume examines how familial and personal relations, and the ethical judgements they enfold, inform and configure social transformation. Contexts that have been partly shaped through civil wars, cold war and colonialism – as well as other forms of violent socio-political rupture – offer especially apt opportunities for tracing the interplay between marriage and politics. But rather than taking intimate family life and gendered practice as simply responsive to wider socio-political forces, this work explores how marriage may also create social change. Contributors consider the ways in which marital practice traverses the domains of politics, economics and religion, while marking a key site where the work of linking and distinguishing those domains is undertaken.
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All Eris wants is a love match… Miss Eris Tumilson longs for a love match. Unfortunately, being a wallflower who spends most of her time reading and doing embroidery isn’t the kind of thing that attracts gentlemen. But, at long last, the spinster gets her chance. Her brother arranges a marriage for her with the Duke of Jowett. When her new husband dies on their wedding night, her hopes are dashed. There will be no love match. There’s not even the prospect of a child on the way. Though a widow, she might as well still be a spinster. Then Mr. Charles Duff comes along to visit her, and something begins to stir up within her that she was determined to put behind her once and for all: the desire for a love match. All Charles wants is to prove his friend was murdered… Charles would rather focus on his investments than take a wife. But when his friend dies on his wedding night, he knows it’s not from natural causes. His friend was murdered. And he’s sure Eris did it. The problem? He has to prove it since no one believes him. So he comes up with a plan to make Eris believe he’s fallen in love with her. Little does he realize that as soon as he steps through the doorway of her townhouse, he’ll start to discover that this shy wallflower is a hidden gem among ladies…and it’ll be difficult to tell the difference between pretending to be in love and really being in love. *Charles originally showed up in Kidnapping the Viscount. Eris originally showed up in The Reclusive Earl.