Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775) #2020

Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775) By Diana Hamilton Never a Bride Harlequin Presents No The perfect match in name only Jake Winters was every woman s fantasy and as his P A Claire had been groomed to become his perfect partner She was the ideal assistant hostessd wife Their wedding had
  • Title: Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775)
  • Author: Diana Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780373117758
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775) By Diana Hamilton The perfect match in name only Jake Winters was every woman s fantasy and, as his P.A Claire had been groomed to become his perfect partner She was the ideal assistant, hostessd wife Their wedding had been a mutually beneficial business arrangement their marriage a paper affair Claire had never felt like a real bride she was just a beautiful possession tThe perfect match in name only Jake Winters was every woman s fantasy and, as his P.A Claire had been groomed to become his perfect partner She was the ideal assistant, hostessd wife Their wedding had been a mutually beneficial business arrangement their marriage a paper affair Claire had never felt like a real bride she was just a beautiful possession to Jake, who seemed interested in the seductive Lorella Now Claire had made a big mistake she d fallen in love with her husband Wedlocked
    Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775) By Diana Hamilton
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    About "Diana Hamilton"

    1. Diana Hamilton

      Diana Hamilton was born in a English town Wanting to be a country child, her imagination came into play at an early age, transforming a neighbor s tree into a forest, a hole in a stone wall into a gingerbread house, a gas puddle into a fairyland, complete with mountains, lakes and flower meadows She loathed housework but made to do her share, to lessen the boredom, she told herself stories, in a very loud voice, featuring princesses and flower gardens, discovering that telling herself stories was almost as good as reading them in a book.She loathed school with an equal passion and got through it by pretending to be somewhere else Even so she left grammar school with respectable grades And was sent to art college when she wanted to study to be a vet This was nowhere as bad as it had seemed because it was there, at age 18, she first saw Peter He had returned from two years active service in Korea to resume his studies, and Diana immediately fell in love with him.Gaining a degree in advertising copywriting, Diana worked as a copywriter and married Peter They moved to a remote part of Wales after the birth of their second child, Paul, when their daughter, Rebecca, was three years old There, Diana enjoyed pony trekking and walking in the mountains and her third child, Andrew, was born Itchy feet brought them back to England to the beautiful county of Shropshire four years later and they have been there ever since, gradually restoring the rambling Elizabethan manor that Diana gave her heart to on sight, creating a garden out of a wilderness of nettles, brambles and old bedsteads.In the mid 70s Diana took up her pen again to write stories to read to her three children at bedtime These were never offered for publication but the bug had bitten Over the next 10 years she combined writing over 30 novels, published by Robert Hale of London, with bringing up her children, gardening and cooking for the restaurant of a local inn a wonderful excuse to avoid the dreaded housework In 1987 Diana realized her dearest ambition the publication of her first Mills Boon romance, Song in a Strange Land She had come home And that feeling persists to this day as, around 30 Harlequin Mills Boon romantic novels late, she was still in love with the genre.Sadly, Diana Hamilton passed away on May 3, 2009, at her home in Shropshire, surrounded by her family She will be sorely missed by her fans and everyone at Mills Boon Harlequin

    702 thoughts on “Never a Bride (Harlequin Presents, No 1775)”

    1. Conflict centers around a big misunderstanding H h embark on a marriage of convenience H will provide for the h s mother and in return she will organize his life and be 24 7 personal assistant If she falls in love with someone else, he ll let her go but no monetary settlement If he falls in love with someone else she ll get a payoff.They don t have sex, but the heroine is starting to have feelings for the H The heroine s mother just came into a legacy, so the heroine has no excuse to stay with t [...]


    2. I thought the book was going to be good, there was even modest interest when I read the blurb and description but I found myself lost for words when I read it I didn t like it at all It was way too obvious and the hero and heroine were just a bunch of idiots.


    3. 60% in I finally checked and discovered I had read this before For most of the book I thought I d read a really in depth review.So, h marries H to be his no sex secretary, in exchange for him taking financial care of her mother Two years later the mother inherits enough money to look after herself, and the h is bummed, because now she had no reason to be married to the H, other than she loves him But he ll never lover her, and now there s Principessa Lorella, who has big knockers and the h is co [...]


    4. I enjoyed this, but it had the potential to be so much stronger Too much internalizing over the same issue by the heroine I really hate ongoing internal angst monotonous I would have much preferred to wade into interesting waters Was he ever unfaithful How did he orchestrate it When did he stop Was it love or something else He was very charming sigh She was too self absorbed for my taste.


    5. this cud have been so much better claire was actually very annoying and jumped to conclusions quickly it was obvious jake was not having an affiar and he was jealous but in love wid her, i m not convinced the book was boring one minute she was leaving him, the next she was not lol


    6. As is the case with many Diana Hamilton books or romances there would be no story if the hero and heroine just spoke to each other.The hero s love for the heroine was obvious So were his attempts to make the heroine jealous.The heroine was in her own world and kept misunderstanding the hero because of low self esteem issues she had She just didn t seem to believe the hero loved her.It s also because she saw him as a playboy and wasn t optimistic or confident enough to think he would love her.It [...]




    7. I was really disappointed The summary was too good haha heroine is annoying harpy and the Hero is is there any Hero in the story LELS


    8. This is my all time favorite and until now I haven t found another still looking that contains the correct amount of jealousy, angst, effort to hide one s feelings, and I also like the feel of separation, when you know the couple belongs together, and all of that so artfully described right until the final turn and their love confession.


    9. This book bored me to tears It was like a memoir of a women with really low self esteem The book just went on and on about the hero not loving her I wanted to yell at her to get a life I felt the Hero never had a chance.



    10. I can t say I really liked this book It was very predictable for me In my opinion, it s a very forgettable book.



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