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Old 05-17-14, 09:47 PM   #19097
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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   #19098
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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   #19099
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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   #19100
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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   #19101
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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   #19102
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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   #19103
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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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Old 05-18-14, 01:32 AM   #19104
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Mons Daveson - Master of Namangilla
Harlequin Romance Subscription #103 - Published 1992

"Rich city girls spell trouble."

That was Scott Courtenay's prejudiced, but firmly held, opinion. And it was no secret he disliked Victoria from the moment they met.

Just because his stepmother, the quintessential city girl, had been a disaster on the Namangilla cattle station, how dare he assume Victoria would be exactly the same.

Not that she really cared what the infuriatingly arrogant Scott thought about her. After all, Victoria told herself, she wasn't about to fall in love with him!

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Old 05-18-14, 01:34 AM   #19105
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Jane Donnelly - Call Up the Storm
Harlequin Romance #2552 - Published 1983

"There's a wild streak in you."

Felicity had reason to remember her grandfather's words when David Holle entered her life.

She knew all about his womanizing and, being the descendant of a legendary sea witch, she vowed to repay him for the way he had broken her friend's heart.

But Felicity became tangled in her own black spell. By the time she fell in love with him, he knew her as a cheat, unworthy of his trust -- and his love.

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Old 05-18-14, 01:41 AM   #19106
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Sheila Douglas - Sherringdon Hall
Harlequin Romance #2015 - Published 1976

As the only woman doctor in her new job, Kate had to work twice as hard to win the approval of her conservative patients.

And she also had to prove herself to her professional colleagues--especially the stern and skeptical Robert Montgomery!

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Sheila Douglas - Surgery by the Sea
Queen's College Hospital -Book 2
Harlequin Premiere #18 - Published 1978

Medical student Meg Richardson hadn't really wanted to leave London and her promise romance with Steve to go and work with a G.P. on the Welsh coast for the summer, but she couldn't let a friend down, and she could see that the job would have its compensations. But the attractive, unreliable, weathercock-like Owen Roberts was certainly not one of them! It was not long before thoughts of Steve began to fade -- but what was the use of dreaming about Owen when he had already left a trail of broken hearts behind him? And what reason had Meg to suppose that he wouldn't just add hers to their number?

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Old 05-18-14, 01:51 AM   #19107
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Eleanor Farnes - The Constant Heart
Harlequin Romance #1246 - Published 1968. First published 1956

There were three conflicting interests in Alex's life: two men -- and her career as a dress designer. Terence offered her his love, but Charles Viddell could help her career. She knew that Charles found her attractive -- but she also knew of his reputation as a breaker of hearts, and she had no intentions of getting emotionally involved with him. Alex thought she could control the whole situations - but could she? Or would her heart take over from her head?

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Old 05-18-14, 01:56 AM   #19108
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Rebecca Flanders - A Modern Girl
Harlequin Romance #2623 - Published 1984

Old-fashioned indeed. That was one thing Megan Brown was determined not to be. She wanted to be sophisticated, a mysterious, adventurous and provocative. She had come to the romantic eyeless to have a brief, and uncomplicated modern affair. Marc Champion, professional photographer, a custom to glamorous women, was her first choice. But he had laughed at Megan's attempt to seduce. There were lots of other available man on the island. But Megan fell herself wanting only Marc . . . in a very old fashion way.

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Old 05-18-14, 02:07 AM   #19109
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Natalie Fox - The Groom's Daughter
Harlequin Presents Subscription #143 - Published 2000

Stop the wedding!

Nina hadn't received an invitation -- she'd never even met the groom -- and he was her own father! But, for Gio, she would just be another guest at his wedding. He didn't know he had a daughter -- and Nina was too scared to tell him!

Especially as the best man was Lorenzo Biacci -- a seriously sexy lawyer. He'd go to any lengths to ensure the wedding went smoothly, and he was already convinced Nina was the groom's ex-mistress, out for revenge! He couldn't be more wrong, but that didn't stop him from kidnapping Nina until after the wedding.

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Natalie Fox - Offer Me a Rainbow
Mills & Boon Romance #3631 - Published 1992

"You belong to me, Miranda, for a year of your life and mine, and there is nothing either of use can do abut it!"

She thought she had escaped from the world. She thought she was safe. And then he had come into her life. Loiuis Mendoza - the financier, the man who would rule her life for a year. Well, she would fight him at every turn. He might curtain her movements, he would never control her soul. At least never in daylight hours .....

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Natalie Fox - More Than Lovers
Mills & Boon Romance #4151 - Published 1994

‘I hate fighting with you, Roz. I hated it when we were married and I hate it now. I don’t know what will come of our time here but I know that I still want you.’

A year ago, Roz De Vine had walked out on her husband Edouard. He had wanted a conventional, traditional wife. Roz had wanted a career — but in the process she had lost a husband! Now he was back and they had a chance to begin again — or did they. . .?

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Natalie Fox - Thief of Hearts
Mills & Boon Romance #4272 - Published 1995

You're stuck in a rut and looking for adventure!"

Angel Weston had to admit that her life was far from exciting. she was a practical PA, notan amateur detective, and yet something had possessed her to follow Hugo Drake-Latimer to his island retreat. If she had been looking for adventure she had found it! Trapped by rising flood waters, Angel was a sitting duck for Hugo's practised charm. Following her instricts was proving to be dangerous - too dangerous where Hugo was concerned...

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Old 05-18-14, 02:15 AM   #19110
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Sara Francis - California Dreaming
Harlequin Romance #2673 - Published 1985

She wanted to trust Adam, but she knew she should not

Leaving aside the rights and wrongs of what had happened between them on that hot night in Los Angeles five years ago, Ruth had another reason for dreading a reunion with screenwriter Adam Fox.

He was a lover of beautiful women. And now, unlike that innocent girl he'd seduced, she was flawed.

She couldn't take the risk of being alone with him again, of seeing pity in his eyes....

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