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Old 05-17-14, 09:01 PM   #18845
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Jane Arbor - One Brief Sweet Hour
Harlequin Romance #2419 - Published: 1980

Bad memories were best left buried

The luxurious Caribbean cruise was a onetime extravagance--supposed to help Lauren forget the past and build a new life.

Instead it brought her face to face with the unhappiest part of that past--Dale Ransome. He was as bitter and hurtful as ever.

All Lauren wanted to do then was return home--but she stayed to help Dale's young brother with a problem. She never dreamed it would help solve her own!

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Jane Arbor - The Price of Paradise
Harlequin Romance #2509 - Published: 1982

Had their love died with their marriage?

Fern had refused to tramp the outposts of the world with her roving oil executive husband, Grant Wilder. So they separated.

She hadn't seen him in almost three years - until her father tricked her into a holiday on Maracca, an island in the Indian Ocean where Grant was now posted.

What had her father hoped to achieve? He knew as well as Fern that her relationship with Grant was at an impasse!

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Old 05-17-14, 09:07 PM   #18846
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Rosalie Ash - Marriage Vows
Harlequin Presents Subscription #164 - Published:2001

Becky and Matt had married because they had no choice; or so it seemed at the time. Two years later Becky wants her freedom, but Matt has other ideas! His kisses fill her with a deep longing for his love, and Becky realizes she yearns for a marriage that will continue forever! Can marriage vows made in haste actually last and eternity?

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Rosalie Ash - The Witch's Wedding
Harlequin Romance Subscription #157 - Published: 1993

Was this just an elaborate seduction plan?

Verity Lacey wasn't sure why Luc Garcia had lured her to the sunny Dominican Republic on the pretense of work. There were no catering jobs, as he had promised. In fact, he only expected her to lie in the sun.

But Verity couldn't trust Luc--or herself. Not after what had happened the first time they'd met, when she'd been engaged to his best friend.... Now that Edward was dead, she couldn't help but wonder if Luc was being so attentive out of a sense of responsibility or guilt.

Whatever his reasons, there was no way Verity could relax around Luc. Not when sparks flew every time they were together.

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Old 05-17-14, 09:10 PM   #18847
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Elizabeth Ashton - Flutter of White Wings
Harlequin Romance #1636 - Published: 1972

Catherine remembered a song about journeys ending in lovers' meeting, but a lover was the last thing she expected to meet in Seville.

Had she not been named for St. Catherine, who was the patroness of single women and seamstress? And yet, in her heart, did she not believe that the mysterious serenade on her first night at the Casa Aguila had really been played for her-'Cor' sin amor'- 'heart without love?

She was to find out.

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Old 05-17-14, 09:20 PM   #18848
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Rosemary Badger - Dancing with Shadows
Harlequin Romance Subscription #165 - Published: 1993

All that glitters...

Alex Drummond seemed to have it all--wealth, good looks and the ability to charm the skin off a snake. He was also the guardian of two nieces and a nephew, whose pain over the loss of their parents was tearing them apart.

Then Hannah Baker entered Alex's life. As his solicitor she was there to handle his legal affairs, but she had no right to interfere in his personal affairs. She had no right to accuse him of not being able to take care of his young charges properly.

So how else could Hannah have expected Alex to react when she told him she loved him? After all, there was a big difference between love and lovemaking...wasn't there?

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Old 05-17-14, 09:26 PM   #18849
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Betty Beaty - Miss Miranda's Walk
Harlequin Romance #1155 - Published: 1967

Rosamund was not at all happy about the prospect of having a film unit invading her beautiful home. She could imagine only too well the chaos that would ensue. But what she had not foreseen, was the upheaval it was to cause in her private life as well.

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Betty Beaty - South to the Sun
Harlequin Romance #790 - Published: 1964

Of all the professions open to women, the one with the highest marriage rate is surely that of air stewardess. Here is the story of one of them, Susan Shelton, and the officers - fickle or faithful, gay or serious - with whom she flew on the sunshine route to South America." 'Airlines don't need good-time girls!' Captain John Jefferson's words struck Susan like a sharp slap.

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Old 05-17-14, 09:35 PM   #18850
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Anne Beaumont - A Cinderella Affair
Harlequin Romance #3199 - Published: 1991

She left her heart not her glass slipper

Briony Spenser knew how Cinderella must have felt. When she returned to her fiance, Matthew--after meeting and falling in love with the enigmatic Paul Deverill--it was as if the clock had struck twelve and the coach had turned into a pumpkin.

Nothing would ever be the same for Briony. Matthew's love could not diminish the power of her brief, sweet affair with Paul.

Finally, out of sheer desperation, she tried to contact the man she loved. But she could not find him. Had Paul forgotten her already? Bleakly, Briony contemplated a life without meaning--a life without her handsome prince... .

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Anne Beaumont - Feelings of Love
Harlequin Romance Subscription #139 - Published: 1992

The mystery man had surfaced at last!

Tobias Hunter: Publishing magnate, owner of Woodlands Hall and Felice Lawson's new landlord - or so she hoped!

Of course, she didn't actually have a lease, and there was that little matter of eight years' worth of unpaid rent. But Felice could explain all that, if only he'd listen. If only he'd be reasonable.

Tobias was many things - handsome, dynamic, sexy - but reasonable didn't seem to be one of them. Still, Felice had managed to survive for twenty-six years without allowing anything to sidetrack her. So, she wasn't about to fall apart now, simply because of a kiss...

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Anne Beaumont - Images of Desire
Harlequin Romance #3241 - Published: 1992

"You can ruin or save her."

It was blackmail! Yet how could Sheona Murray refuse when the alternative meant the end of her flamboyant sister's modeling career.

Not for the first time, Sheona fervently wished she hadn't been born a twin. Quiet and introspective, she hated modeling. But there was no use trying to appeal to Marcus Drummond's better nature. He didn't have one.

Cynical, arrogant, overbearing--Marcus was the type of man any right-minded woman would detest. Unfortunately, Sheona wasn't in her right mind--and hadn't been, since he'd stormed into her home. And her heart!

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Old 05-17-14, 09:43 PM   #18851
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Gloria Bevan - Half A World Away
Harlequin Romance #2377 - Published: 1981

Looking for one man, she found another

Nicola, for her Aunt Bella, happily traveled halfway around the world to find a long-lost uncle.

It seemed the perfect holiday -- leaving her small, safe world for the excitement of New Zealand. But that was before Keith Lorimer entered her life -- or rather, she entered his after an unfortunate accident forced Nicola to recuperate in his home.

Nicola began to enjoy the situation -- until Keith's girl friend Annabel made an untimely appearance!

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Gloria Bevan - Emerald Cave
Harlequin Romance #2455 - Published: 1991

Brad both repelled and attracted her

When Jacqui's adored older brother bought part of a sheep station, Jacqui rushed back to New Zealand to help run it. But she arrived to find the place deserted and no sign of Nick.

Bradley Kent, Nick's disagreeable neighbor, had taken over the property and delighted in telling Jacqui his low opinion of her brother.

Bradley Kent was a hateful liar, but how could Jacqui prove it? And why did Brad's opinion mean so much to her?

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Gloria Bevan - Golden Bay
Harlequin Romance #2851 - Published: 1986

Love was seldom where you looked for it

Never again, Liz Stuart cautioned herself, would she fall a willing victim to the facile charms of an attractive stranger! With that conviction uppermost, she decided a holiday was in order.

And so, with a fickle fiance and a broken engagement behind her, Liz drove off for the beautiful New Zealand back country and a well-deserved rest for her tangled emotions.

Then fate stranded her on the doorstep of Jarrah Conway, a heart-stoppingly attractive stranger--but a man who knew her past.

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Old 05-17-14, 09:47 PM   #18852
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Mary Burchell - Sweet Adventure
Harlequin Romance #1187 - Published: 1968, first pub 1952

When Nicola set out on a short motoring holiday, she vaguely hoped to encounter some sort of adventure. She wasn't prepared, however, for the bewildering net of events in which she found herself caught.

To lose her way was bad enough, but to find herself involved in a dramatic, sudden death, to become the temporary guardian of a small girl - and then to have the course of her own life changed. This was more than Nicola had bargained for.

How she became involved in the complicated pattern of a strange household, and how, after anxieties and disappointments, she eventually found love and happiness, make an enthralling story.

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Old 05-17-14, 09:50 PM   #18853
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Rosemary Carter - The Awakening
Harlequin Presents #301 - Published: 1979

Her situation could not have been worse

After her parents' deaths, Robyne Sloan had to fight to keep her family together Making a giving from the dry African soil was a desperate daily struggle.

Then, when she thought that life could get no harder, Dean Mornay decided to foreclose their mortgage. The Sloan children would lose their farm... their home... unless Robyne could make Dean change his mind. But how, Robyne wondered bleakly, could she influence a ruthless businessman like Dean?

She would just have to find way--no matter how drastic!

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Old 05-17-14, 09:57 PM   #18854
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Isobel Chace - The Land of the Lotus-Eaters
Harlequin Romance #1477 - Published 1971

When Sarah Feaney was employed as photographer for the Djerba expedition, Sarah's lovely sister came too. In this "land of the lotus-eaters," it was obvious that Sebastian de Hougement was attracted to the Feaney sisters, but it was agonizing not knowing which one really mattered to him!

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Isobel Chace - The Edge of Beyond
Harlequin Romance #1795 - Published 1974

"I'll treat you like a woman when you're prepared to behave like one!" were almost the first words Laurence Wilder addressed to Rosalind Janes.

How dared he! she thought furiously. All she was doing was to try and help her Aunt Beatrice cope single-handedly with the farm she had been left in Kenya. Well, if Laurence Wilder thought she would accept any help or advice from him now, he could think again!

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Old 05-17-14, 10:00 PM   #18855
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Daphne Clair - The Jasmine Bride
Harlequin Romance #2329 Published 1980

Rachel knew she was out of her depth

Meeting Damon Curtis, the famous New Zealand novelist, had brought zest to Rachel Standen's intellectually starved life. Falling in love with him was another matter entirely.

He was a sophisticated man while she was a naive eighteen-year-old--yet he recognized her talent as a poet and proposed marriage to rescue her from stagnation on the farm.

Physically, Rachel knew, Damon wanted her... but he never said anything about loving her.

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Old 05-17-14, 10:03 PM   #18856
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Dorothy Cork - Dreamtime at Big Sky
Harlequin Romance #2057 Published 1977

"Girls like you and men like me should steer clear of each other," Jackson Brand told Reya Barberton when she was little more than a schoolgirl... and then he had pushed her firmly out of his life. But now, four years later, she was back at his home in the Australian outback. Had Jackson changed his mind about her? No, it seemed, he had not....

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Old 05-17-14, 10:15 PM   #18857
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Kathryn Cranmer - Love's Second Chance
Mills & Boon - Published 1984

To be young, and in love, and in Paris honestly, hasn't this been everybody's dream at one time or the other?
For Kate Lister, an innocent young art student, it was a dream that came true- but with a harsh awakening when she discovered that Raoul de Beaumarchais, only son of an aristocratic family, had not, had never had, any intention of marrying her.
When a few years later, they met again, they were on more equal terms: Raoul with more insight. Kate doing well in her career, able to estimate the risks that she might or might not take. Could she dare to venture on a fresh start, or would she be wiser to maintain the barrier that Raoul himself, after all, had created between them?

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Kathryn Cranmer - Passionate Enemies
Harlequin Romance #2517 - Published 1982

Loving him had almost destroyed her once...

It should have been easy to divorce the proud Spaniard who, nine years ago, had accused her of adultery and then callously dismissed and denied his own son!

Liz had gone to Spain determined to finally finish with Francisco Ramirez so she could remarry, but one look at her arrogantly attractive husband had set her pulses pounding ....

It wouldn't be so easy to divorce a man she still loved!

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Kathryn Cranmer - Wrecker's Bride
Harlequin Romance #2719 - Published 1985

Who needed Jake Svenson?

Claire was determined not to let director Jake Svenson's hostility toward her jeopardize her work on the movie they were filming in Cornwall.

But he wasn't making it any easier, and neither was his jealous girlfriend, Marianne Lejeune, whose only ambition apart from ruining Claire's scenes was to keep her away from Jake.

As though their fiery relationship could pose any threat to Marianne!

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Old 05-17-14, 10:18 PM   #18858
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Melinda Cross - The Call of Home
Harlequin Presents #959 - Published 1987

Underneath, she was a woman in need of love

Jessie'd had to make herself strong to cope with family obligations. But now she was free to pursue her wildlife painting.

She headed back to her childhood haunt, to the cabin on her father's old resort property in Michigan. She hadn't expected to meet anyone like Haveron Michels, the present owner--a hard, uncaring man who welcomed no one.

Jessie had never known what it was like to be the kind of woman men felt they had to care for. Now, inexplicably, this strange man evoked that age-old feminine response.

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