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Married by proxy to a man she's never laid eyes on, one who's rumored to be insane, at that, sensible Anne Burnett wonders what she's gotten herself into. When Anne arrives at her new home in the Scottish Highlands, she is greeted by a half-naked, blue-faced man wielding a knife. This, of course, is Anne's new husband, Aidan Black, the Earl of Thiebauld. Thiebauld is furious with his older sister's unwelcome meddling and is determined not to accept the bride so summarily dumped on him, no matter how appealing her direct manner, fine gray eyes, and womanly curves. But her husband didn't count on Anne's determination to finally have her own home, her own people, and her own place in the world. And he certainly didn't count on the gut-wrenching passion that flames out of control every time Anne comes near him. Maxwell's trademark humor, realistic dramatic scenes, and fast-paced storytelling is greatly in evidence in The Marriage Contract. Cathy Maxwell is definitely a rising star among romance authors. Keep an eye on her and enjoy! --Alison Trinkle
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I Loved this book
Cathy Maxwell is very talented and i'd recommend this to anyone who would want a good read :)
Chapter's 1 and 2 missing had to guess how the Marriage Contract actually began.Published 5 months ago by dabannee Cook Resca
I had forgotten about how good this book is. I read it years ago and I had completely forgotten about it. I'm glad I reread it :)Published 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
funny and fast paced. You are never bored and thoroughly entertained. Cathy Maxwell is a talented author. This three book series is one of the best I have ever read.Published 23 months ago by Mary Ann Scott
Talk about insta-love at its worst! Anne is in love with Aiden after mere days. Days, you should know, that Aiden spent coming up with tasks to force his unwanted-bride back to... Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by SaraO @ TheLibrarianReads
Annie Burnett lived with her aunt and uncle after her parents died. They sponsored Annie for two seasons, hoping she would get an offer for marriage. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Stars
I thought this was quite a lovely story. A young girl Anne, who with little options left, agreed to a proxy marriage to a `mad' Earl in Scotland - Aiden. Read morePublished on August 7, 2011 by Dans.
The narrator has a good voice and does the characters justice. The story itself is pretty decent too. Read morePublished on February 13, 2011 by Jedibarrister
This is not a heavy book. It is light, fun reading. I think the heroine Anne is adorable and her hero Aiden is a hunk. Read morePublished on August 24, 2009 by S. Palmer