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She’d like to forget everything and be swept away in his arms—even if it’s just for one night.

Pia is astonished to see the beautiful sandy-haired man at her best friend’s wedding. It's Hawk, the man she fell in love with at first sight three years ago—the one who disappeared after their first night together. Pia is stunned…and Hawk is as sexy as ever. But there's another twist—the wedding guests are calling him Duke. She’s annoyed at the turn of events and vows never to be swept away by Hawk ever again. But fate brings them together and their fire is rekindled…

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He had to ask twice 4  4

The heroine is having the worst day in a wedding planner's life: someone said I object to this marriage at the wedding. Add that in with the guy who suddenly left without any note right after she gave him her virginity three years ago. It's the bitter pill, which has her choking. Then she gets a real surprise when finding out her Ex-hero is now an English Duke. I did like the scenes with the heroine conversing with her friends about the troublesome men in their lives. Moving on, since the friend's wedding debacle, no one will stay the heroine on as their wedding planner that's putting her company in the red. That is until the heroine is put in charge of another friend's wedding and meets the hero who hires her to plan his sister's wedding. The men in this story also have their own get together about the women in their lives. The hero tells her that the night they were together, his brother who was the first heir died and he was told to come home immediately. Then his father died and it was a lot for the poor guy to take in. From then on, the hero not only becomes her go between for weddings but helps her prepare to face his mother who values British nobility to a high. The funny part is that he does ask the heroine to marry him but she's alseep from all the hard work. During their time together, they fall back in love till the heroine gets to the hero's ancestral home and learns of the planned engagement between the hero and his late brother's fiancee. It makes their reunion a sad. The heroine pushes away the hero but thankfully her memorial set up for the hero's bother and father helps with the healing and putting the heroine down as the better options for the hero to marry since the fiancee is still grieving over the brother. By then the heroine has already run off to comfort herself to the jewelry designer friend. She reveals filing in a special request for a jeweled tiara as proposal and the hero suddenly appears. He takes the tiara and puts it on the heroine's head with the notice that he wants to marry her. He tells her the mother approves of the heroine and asks her to marry him and she says yes.

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