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ISBN:
0373022891
Author:
Jessica Steele
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harlequin Books; 1st edition (1979)
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She is now about 80 years old, sad to say. I have her entire collection.

Troubled by her parents stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap. Then handsome Stone Harland came pounding on her door in a fury

Troubled by her parents stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap. Spring Girl (Harlequin Romance.com User, March 8, 2008. From Back Cover: Troubled by her parents' stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Stone Harland called Carrie Slater a Spring Girl - light-hearted and amusing, with a sly sense of humor. She never wanted to be seriously involved with a man and shunned the idea of marriage. But when she plays a practical joke on a friend and it goes disastrously wrong.

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Troubled by her parents' stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap. Then handsome Stone Harland came pounding on her door in a fury, waving a copy of that flippant farewell note she'd written to Lance Stevens. Incredulous, Carrie heard Stone's demand: pretend she and Stone were engaged, planning to marry--to save his sister, engaged to Lance, from being hurt. Reluctantly, Carrie agreed to take part in a dangerous charade.
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Good book read it many times
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Carrie Slater is a single girl and happy to remain that way.
She meets Lance Stevens because Carrie doesn't belive Lance is serious she writes a note to him when he wants to take her away for the weekend. The note reads; 'I changed my mind, I really am in love with you, unless you have marriage in mind please don't contact me.'
It works, only Lance's real fiance is involved in an accident, and Lance is called home by her brother.
The brother Harland finds the note Carrie wrote to Lance when Lance drops the note, Harland says the note is his and not Lance's.
Then he goes to meet Carrie and get her cooperation in the lie so his sister Felicity will get well.
Carrie gives in and soon she and Harland are being seen together and dating.
Harland is jealous of Lance as soon as he meets Carrie, and she doesn't realize this.
He really is in love with her and soon she is in love with him.
This is going to be a prototype of all Jessica Steele books.
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From Back Cover: Troubled by her parents' stormy relationship, Carrie Slater vowed she'd avoid the marriage trap. Then handsome Stone Harland came pounding on her door in a fury, waving a copy of that flippant farewell note she'd written to Lance Stevens. Incredulus, Carrie heard Stone's demand:pretend she and Stone were engaged, planning to marry--to save his sister, engaged to Lance, from being hurt. Reluctantly, Carrie agreed to take part in a dangerous charade.
This was the very first harlequin novel I read and I was hooked! I love the characters, especially Stone. I still have the book; it's a keeper.