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#Win His Ballerina Bride by Teri Wilson (US)

TERI WILSON is a novelist for Harlequin Books, Pocket Star and Tule Publishing. She is the author of Unleashing Mr. Darcy, now a Hallmark Channel Original Movie. Teri currently has two additional projects in development with the Hallmark Channel. She is also a contributing writer at HelloGiggles.com and Teen Vogue, where she writes about books and pop culture. Visit Teri at www.teriwilson.net or on Twitter @TeriWilsonauthr.





Love Lessons Learned

His Ballerina Bride really shows readers that the road to love isn’t always perfect but it is always rewarding. Readers will see my characters going through some very real, very heartbreaking struggles that most of my past characters haven’t had to deal with. It gives this story an incredibly raw, relatable romance that people will absolutely fall in love with. I cannot wait for you to meet Ophelia and Artem.


Harlequin Special Edition; December 20, 2016
$5.75 U.S.; 240 Pages
ISBN-978-0-373-623259


Debonair Artem Drake has had tongues wagging all over New York since he became surprise CEO of Drake Diamonds.

This playboy hopes to bring new life to the storied old business before those rumored bad investments sink the family ship.

He's even plucked an ambitious salesgirl out of the shadows to become the store's new star designer. But Ophelia Rose isn't the ingénue she seems.

The swanlike beauty's hiding a past that glimmers as bright as a Drake diamond—she once graced the stage as a professional ballerina, until she was forced to take her final curtsy and hide from the limelight.
Now can Artem bring her back to center stage? Or will their glittering future together wither under the secrets of the past?

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  1. Ophelia's mysterious past seems to be an interesting part of the story.

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  2. Thanks for continuing to bring great stories to your readers, Teri! I love that Drake Diamonds is a series.

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