Carolyn Davidson

The Marriage Agreement

When an undercover lawman needs a wife to complete his disguise, a beautiful riverboat singer may be more than he bargained for in this historical romance.
Mississippi River, 1878. Scams and scalawags were all in a day’s work for government agent Gage Morgan. Songbird Lily Devereaux was not. No soiled dove, she was a lady in need of protection. But once vows were spoken, would he ever be able to let her go, as their marriage bargain allowed . . . and her troubled heart might demand?
Songs and secrets were Lily’s shield against the world. A desperate act led her to sing for her supper aboard a Mississippi riverboat—but now her boss expects her to entertain customers in the bedroom as well. Playing the role of Gage Morgan’s bride is a tempting way to escape dire straits. But can Lily wed him and bed him without the promise of love?
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