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Continental Divide

For almost a year Heaven had pleaded with her best friend Tanya Reed to visit her and Hamid in Pakistan. Not even the arrival of the couples new baby could force Tanya to go to the health department for needed shots and other meds she’ll need for the journey. Tanya hates needles. It’s only when Heaven mentions Hamid’s available RICH brothers that the sound Tanya hears in her head overrides her fear of needles. Cha-ching!! She’s looking for a handsome rich man to fall in love with.

Of course there’s one little hitch. None of Hamid’s brothers can stand the loud mouth, gold digging, party girl. And if truth be told there is no love lost between Tanya and the brothers. They might be rich, and handsome but she doesn’t want them. Not any of them. And especially not Imran Ahmad

Social worker Tanya Reed has fallen in love-- with baby Jo Jo, a ward of the state. She's determined to find a way to give the baby a home. When an invitation from her friend Heaven to visit Pakistan comes Tanya sees a way to make her dream a reality. She will marry one of Heaven's brothers-in-laws──any millionaire will do.

Imran Ahmad is in no way ready to settle down, and definitely not with a loud mouth American. Though Heaven, is loved by the entire family, there is no way any of them would ever love her friend.

Imran is in for a culture shock when he meets home girl Tanya with her brassy ways and horrid painted nails. The woman is a gold digger, pure and simple. He's too smart to get snared by her. Then again she doesn't want him. He's the poor relation.

When Fate steps in, instant lust claims the pair. But they're smart enough to recognize lust from love, and smart enough to keep the relationship physical only.

When the physical turns to an attraction, Tanya and Imran must decide if it's worth giving up their dreams to pursue a life that will undoubtedly bring pain.

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