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One convenient download. One bargain price. Get all October Harlequin Presents with one click!A Spanish prince, an Italian Billionaire, an Australian playboy...this collection from Harlequin Presents has it all! Get all eight October titles in one convenient bundle: The Tycoon's Princess Bride by Natahsa Oakley, The Spanish Prince's Virgin Bride by Sandra Marton, The Greek Tycoon's Virgin Wife by Helen Bianchin, Innocent on Her Wedding Night by Sara Craven, The Boss's Wife for a Week by Anne McAllister, The Mediterranean Billionaire's Secret Baby by Diana Hamilton, Willingly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded by Melanie Milburne, and The Italian's Defiant Mistress by India Grey.

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									One-Click Buy: October Harlequin Presents
Author: Natasha Oakley
Author: Sandra Marton
Author: Helen Bianchin
Author: Sara Craven
Author: Anne McAllister
Author: Diana Hamilton



Edition: 2007
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October 2007 Harlequin Presents in one convenient download. One bargain price. Get all these Harlequin
Presents with one click!A Spanish prince, an Italian Billionaire, an Australian playboy...this collection
from Harlequin Presents has it all! Get all eight October titles in one convenient bundle: The Tycoon’s
Princess Bride by Natahsa Oakley, The Spanish Prince’s Virgin Bride by Sandra Marton, The Greek
Tycoon’s Virgin Wife by Helen Bianchin, Innocent on Her Wedding Night by Sara Craven, The Boss’s
Wife for a Week by Anne McAllister, The Mediterranean Billionaire’s Secret Baby by Diana Hamilton,
Willingly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded by Melanie Milburne, and The Italian’s Defiant Mistress by India Grey.
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Get ALL new October Presents in one download! Contains:
Innocent on Her Wedding Night: The marriage was just a sham!
The Boss’s Wife for a Week:Tycoon seeks wife for one week’s employment; is Sadie up to the job?
The Italian’s Defiant Mistress:Her mission depends on being available to his every desire!
The Mediterranean Billionaire’s Secret Baby: A passionate affair is derailed by blackmail.
The Spanish Prince’s Virgin Bride: Forced into marriage, Prince Lucas is convinced Alyssa is no virgin,
so he'll prove it!
The Tycoon’s Princess Bride: Billionaire marries a Princess to gain her kingdom.
Willingly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded: An inheritance ruins an affair.
The Greek Tycoon’s Virgin Wife: Ilana must marry, but this society beauty has never slept with a man
before!
Note: all titles also available individually!
Author Bio
Natasha Oakley
At primary school, Natasha Oakley wrote that she wanted to be an author when she grew up. It seemed
like a good idea at the time  she liked books and didn't want to leave home. But at 14 she discovered
theater. It quickly became a passion and, for some time, she forgot all about writing and immersed
herself in Shakespeare, Ibsen and Chekhov.<br><br>After graduating from the Webber Douglas Academy
of Dramatic Art, one of London's top drama schools, Natasha started working under her Equity name of
Jessica Dean. The birth of her first son changed her priorities. Natasha didn't want to leave home
again.<br><br>She began writing as a "creative displacement activity" when her fifth child started
sleeping through the night. 60,000 words later she'd created some fantastic characters and a book with
no plot at all. Terrible though it was, the ambition to be an author was reborn. Since Natasha has a
tendency to flick through novels to check if it has a happy ending, it was easy to decide the kind of
stories she wanted to write.<br><br>Her second submission to Mills & Boon was accepted in December
2003. She lives in Bedfordshire with her husband and five children. Her house is in a constant state of
disarray, but she makes great cakes, writes books and no one seems to mind.<br><br>Natasha loves to
hear from readers and can be contacted at natasha@natashaoakley.com.


Sandra Marton
Sandra Marton wrote her first novel while she was still in elementary school. Her doting parents told her
she'd be a writer someday and Sandra believed them. In high school and college, she wrote dark poetry
nobody but her boyfriend understood, though looking back, she suspects he was just being kind. As a
wife and mother, she wrote murky short stories in what little spare time she could manage, but not even
her boyfriend-turned-husband could pretend to understand those. Sandra tried her hand at other things,
among them teaching and serving on the Board of Education in her hometown, but the dream of
becoming a writer was always in her heart.At last, Sandra realized she wanted to write books about what
all women hope to find: love with that one special man, love that's rich with fire and passion, love that
lasts forever. She wrote a novel, her very first, and sold it to the Harlequin Presents line. Since then, she's
written more than sixty books, all of them featuring the sexy, gorgeous, larger-than-life heroes that have
helped make Sandra one of the Presents line's bestselling authors. A four-time RITA Award finalist, she's
also received six Romantic Times magazine awards for Best Harlequin Presents of the Year and has
been honored with Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Series Romance. Sandra lives with her
very own sexy, gorgeous, larger-than-life hero in a sun-filled house on a quiet country lane in the
northeastern United States.


Helen Bianchin
Helen grew up in New Zealand, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading. She
wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a
secretarial job at a father-and-son legal firm.Helen’s hobbies are tennis, table-tennis, judo, reading. She
loves movies, and leads an active social life.At age twenty-one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on
a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruise ship from Auckland to Melbourne. Alas, no shipboard
romance, as she spent all four days in her cabin suffering from sea-sickness!After fifteen months working
in Melbourne, Helen and her friend bought a vehicle and took three months to drive the length and breadth
of Australia, choosing to work in Cairns in order to fund the final leg of our journey to Sydney. It was in
Cairns that Helen met her future husband, Danilo Bianchin, an Italian immigrant from Treviso. He was a
tobacco sharefarmer from the tobacco farming community of Mareeba. His English was pitiful, and her
command of Italian was nil.Six months later they married, and Helen was flung into cooking for up to nine
tobacco pickers, stringing tobacco, feeding 200 chickens, a few turkeys, ducks ... plus killing, cleaning
and cooking the same! Her knowledge of Italian improved, and there were hilarious moments in
retrospect. Some of what she endured was cooking on a wood-burning stove, having no running hot water,
a primitive shower and toilet facilities, washing uniforms for two soccer teams during the soccer
season...floods, horrendous hailstone damage to tobacco crops, hardship, and the stillbirth of their first
child.Then, to their joy, Helen’s daughter, Lucia, was born. Three years later the couple returned to New
Zealand, where they settled for sixteen years. During those early years, they added two sons, Angelo
and Peter, to the family, and, on telling anecdotes of farm life in an Italian community to friends, the idea
of writing a book occ


Sara Craven
Helen grew up in New Zealand, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading. She
wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a
secretarial job at a father-and-son legal firm.Helen’s hobbies are tennis, table-tennis, judo, reading. She
loves movies, and leads an active social life.At age twenty-one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on
a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruise ship from Auckland to Melbourne. Alas, no shipboard
romance, as she spent all four days in her cabin suffering from sea-sickness!After fifteen months working
in Melbourne, Helen and her friend bought a vehicle and took three months to drive the length and breadth
of Australia, choosing to work in Cairns in order to fund the final leg of our journey to Sydney. It was in
Cairns that Helen met her future husband, Danilo Bianchin, an Italian immigrant from Treviso. He was a
tobacco sharefarmer from the tobacco farming community of Mareeba. His English was pitiful, and her
command of Italian was nil.Six months later they married, and Helen was flung into cooking for up to nine
tobacco pickers, stringing tobacco, feeding 200 chickens, a few turkeys, ducks ... plus killing, cleaning
and cooking the same! Her knowledge of Italian improved, and there were hilarious moments in
retrospect. Some of what she endured was cooking on a wood-burning stove, having no running hot water,
a primitive shower and toilet facilities, washing uniforms for two soccer teams during the soccer
season...floods, horrendous hailstone damage to tobacco crops, hardship, and the stillbirth of their first
child.Then, to their joy, Helen’s daughter, Lucia, was born. Three years later the couple returned to New
Zealand, where they settled for sixteen years. During those early years, they added two sons, Angelo
and Peter, to the family, and, on telling anecdotes of farm life in an Italian community to friends, the idea
of writing a book occ


Anne McAllister
Helen grew up in New Zealand, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading. She
wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a
secretarial job at a father-and-son legal firm.Helen’s hobbies are tennis, table-tennis, judo, reading. She
loves movies, and leads an active social life.At age twenty-one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on
a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruise ship from Auckland to Melbourne. Alas, no shipboard
romance, as she spent all four days in her cabin suffering from sea-sickness!After fifteen months working
in Melbourne, Helen and her friend bought a vehicle and took three months to drive the length and breadth
of Australia, choosing to work in Cairns in order to fund the final leg of our journey to Sydney. It was in
Cairns that Helen met her future husband, Danilo Bianchin, an Italian immigrant from Treviso. He was a
tobacco sharefarmer from the tobacco farming community of Mareeba. His English was pitiful, and her
command of Italian was nil.Six months later they married, and Helen was flung into cooking for up to nine
tobacco pickers, stringing tobacco, feeding 200 chickens, a few turkeys, ducks ... plus killing, cleaning
and cooking the same! Her knowledge of Italian improved, and there were hilarious moments in
retrospect. Some of what she endured was cooking on a wood-burning stove, having no running hot water,
a primitive shower and toilet facilities, washing uniforms for two soccer teams during the soccer
season...floods, horrendous hailstone damage to tobacco crops, hardship, and the stillbirth of their first
child.Then, to their joy, Helen’s daughter, Lucia, was born. Three years later the couple returned to New
Zealand, where they settled for sixteen years. During those early years, they added two sons, Angelo
and Peter, to the family, and, on telling anecdotes of farm life in an Italian community to friends, the idea
of writing a book occ


Diana Hamilton
Helen grew up in New Zealand, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading. She
wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a
secretarial job at a father-and-son legal firm.Helen’s hobbies are tennis, table-tennis, judo, reading. She
loves movies, and leads an active social life.At age twenty-one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on
a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruise ship from Auckland to Melbourne. Alas, no shipboard
romance, as she spent all four days in her cabin suffering from sea-sickness!After fifteen months working
in Melbourne, Helen and her friend bought a vehicle and took three months to drive the length and breadth
of Australia, choosing to work in Cairns in order to fund the final leg of our journey to Sydney. It was in
Cairns that Helen met her future husband, Danilo Bianchin, an Italian immigrant from Treviso. He was a
tobacco sharefarmer from the tobacco farming community of Mareeba. His English was pitiful, and her
command of Italian was nil.Six months later they married, and Helen was flung into cooking for up to nine
tobacco pickers, stringing tobacco, feeding 200 chickens, a few turkeys, ducks ... plus killing, cleaning
and cooking the same! Her knowledge of Italian improved, and there were hilarious moments in
retrospect. Some of what she endured was cooking on a wood-burning stove, having no running hot water,
a primitive shower and toilet facilities, washing uniforms for two soccer teams during the soccer
season...floods, horrendous hailstone damage to tobacco crops, hardship, and the stillbirth of their first
child.Then, to their joy, Helen’s daughter, Lucia, was born. Three years later the couple returned to New
Zealand, where they settled for sixteen years. During those early years, they added two sons, Angelo
and Peter, to the family, and, on telling anecdotes of farm life in an Italian community to friends, the idea
of writing a book occ

								
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