Toronto ; New York : Harlequin, c2010.
1 online resource (443 p.)
The Italian's wife
The Spanish groom.
"The Italian's Wife. Holly Sansom has hit rock bottom. Homeless, broke and without friends, she has no way to care for herself, let alone her precious eight-month-old son. Then a chance encounter with the handsome Italian CEO Rio Lombardi changes everything. Suddenly she's living in luxury, wanting for nothing, and if she accepts Rio's proposal, all her worries will be forever behind her. But Holly knows he's keeping something from her. Is it really the perfect life if she doesn't have his love? The Spanish Groom. Dixie Robinson has never been good at anything. She's clumsy, far too trusting and couldn't keep a job if her life depended on it. The one thing she's done right is to befriend an elderly man and keep him from being lonely. She'll do anything for Jasper, especially when he falls ill -- except marry his godson. After all, Cesar Valverde doesn't even like her. But as Jasper is rushed to the operating room, Dixie is rushed to the altar. Before she knows it, for Jasper's sake, she's saying "I do." Is this yet another mistake, or the smartest thing Dixie has ever done?"--P.  of cover.