Welcome to Paradise by Jill Tahourdin
Harlequin Romance No. 1106 -- 1967
When Alix went to Rhodesia to join her fiance she found he had fallen for another girl -- and she was surprised that she herself didn't really mind. Should she now marry the wealthiest and most astute farmer of the area, or the sworn enemy of her magnificently impressive Aunt Drusilla?
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PART TWO - VINTAGE HARLEQUIN/MILLS & BOON
Lilian Darcy - A Nurse in Crisis
Harlequin Medical #8 - Yr:2001
She wanted him--not his money...
Dr. Marshall Irwin's passionate love affair with his practice nurse is going well; they are head over heels in love with each other.... But overnight Aimee's life is plunged into crisis: she's financially ruined. She cannot tell Marsh, as he would only want to help, and after her first marriage she's vowed never to be financially dependent on anyone again. It's a tough decision--to risk losing her independence, or to lose the man she loves.... Or is there a way she can keep both?
Lilian Darcy - The Paramedic's Secret
Harlequin Medical #25 - Yr:2001
From what paramedic Anna Brewster had heard about Finn McConnell, her new colleague on Tasmania's air ambulance service, she didn't think she would even like the man. When a powerful attraction flowed between them she knew she was in trouble....
And so was Finn. Wasn't Anna's cousin expecting his baby? Meanwhile, Finn was making it clear that he wanted Anna. Considering the circumstances, somehow she had to resist....
Lilian Darcy - The Surgeon's Proposal
Harlequin Medical #104 - Yr:2003
Sister Annabelle Drew had been shattered when one of her guests cried, "Stop the wedding" -- just as she'd been about to say "I do." Surgeon Dylan Calford had no regrets -- he was convinced that Annabelle's groom was completely wrong for her -- until he discovered just how badly Annabelle needed her marriage of convenience. He proposed that he be her groom, instead. Annabelle didn't take gorgeous, athletic Dylan seriously, but that got them both thinking -- was Dylan her Mr. Right...?
Lilian Darcy - The Truth About Charlotte
Mills & Boon Medical #949 - Yr: 2000
When nurse Lucy Beckett’s daughter Charlotte makes a new ‘best friend’ at school, Lucy is shocked to discover that the friend is Ellie, daughter of Dr. Malcolm Lambert, whose dying wife was nursed by Lucy six years ago. Now Lucy and Malcolm are working together in A&E, and she is horrified to realize that the attraction between them is a strong as ever. But how can she keep him at bay when their daughters are determined to be ‘sisters’…
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Sonia Deane - Passionate Enemies
Mills & Boon Medical #643 - Yr:1994
Emma Sinclair found it hard to live with the knowledge that her gift of theater tickets for her parents’ wedding anniversary had resulted in their death in a car accident, which had left her young sister Irene withdrawn and housebound. Emma’s own life and nursing career was virtually put on hold as she care for Irene, but the new partner in their general practice, Dr. Adam Templar, knew he had to do something to break the cycle depriving both girls. It didn’t help that he and Emma were attracted to each other…
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An Earl Like No Other (Retail)
WHEN ALL SEEMED LOST…
Katherine Gardiner, a young English widow, has only one dream: to protect her son—a future duke—from her merciless father-in-law. Determined and desperate, she has no option but to take the guise of a housekeeper and escape to Yorkshire where the only hope is the enigmatic Earl of Kenrick…
…LOVE SAVED THE DAY
In all his years spent roaming the world, Jeremy Chilton never braced himself for the burden of a much-damaged inheritance. Now, the new Earl of Kenrick must save his family legacy and raise his motherless young daughter as a proper English lady. His only salvation is his beautiful housekeeper, Kate. But as her secrets unravel, much that is puzzling about her falls into place. No wonder the Earl has caught himself imagining her more wife than employee. Clearly she belongs at Kenrick—safe in his arms. Now, if only he can convince her to agree…
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Joyce Dingwell - The Drummer and the Song
Harlequin Romance #1492 - Yr:1969
After a series of unhappy setbacks, Peta found herself trying to cope, singlehandedly, with a stud farm in Tasmania -- the "Apple Isle".
Her neighbour, Nat Trentham, could have been such a help -- if only he hadn't been so infuriating!
Joyce Dingwell - Wife to Sim
Harlequin Romance #1657 - Yr: 1972
Miranda was in the unhappy position of being married to one man while loving another.
But Sim was such a kind and affectionate husband that the marriage might yet have work out had Jeff not come back into their lives again.
Joyce Dingwell - Inland Paradise
Harlequin Romance #2047 - Yr:1976
Georgina wanted to work in the Australian outback rather than the city, but the only suitable job called for a man. So she called herself George Brown --and got the job. Then she discovered the difficulties of trying to cope with the disturbing Larry Roper.
Joyce Dingwell - The Road Boss
Harlequin Romance #1998 - Yr:1976
Gemma was on her way to the Outback to marry Bruce Mannering. Before she had even arrived there; she met Tim Torrance, who promptly informed her that she was making a great mistake. How dared he interfere?
But when Gemma actually met Bruce's family, she began to have the uneasy feeling that Tim might possibly have been right.
Joyce Dingwell - Remember September
Harlequin Romance #2189 - Yr:1978
Nothing was the same, not even the man!
And Paddy, remembering the happy, friendly time she'd had with him last year, grieved over Jerry's death.
Now there was just Magnus--Jerry's hard and unfeeling older brother who refused to believe anything good about her. Why had he brought her to the ranch- when he seemed to hate her?
If only it didn't matter so much. But even the web of lies and deception between them couldn't hide the fact that Magnus was the man she loved!
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Jane Donnelly - A Stranger Came
Harlequin Romance #1663 - Yr:1973
It was a bombshell when old Mr. Elsgood said that a newcomer, Stephen Harmon, was coming from London to take over the law firm of Elsgood and Elsey in the sleepy Midland town of Cheslyn Slade.
Nell, Mr. Elsgood's secretary, was not at all sure that she was going to like the change - especially when she overheard Stephen Harmon saying, "My secretary works for peanuts. Come to think of it, that's about what she's worth."
Jane Donnelly - Forest of the Night
Harlequin Romance #2255 - Yr:1979
Sally knew she'd never trust again!
Painful memories of a shattered dream haunted her. It was still so hard to believe--betrayal by her fiance and her best friend! Pride told her that she must get away somewhere, somehow, to recover.
And Sally had grabbed at the only chance available. She had practically blackmailed Adam Burgess, writer and TV personality, into giving her a job. They disliked each other, but even so, she would show him she was no quitter!
And if he could handle the steaming jungles of the Amazon--so could she!
Jane Donnelly - A Man to Watch
Harlequin Romance #2325 - Yr:1980
Her beauty became a barrier to love
Harriet's beauty had brought her many things - a modeling career, recognition, friends. Yet nothing had ever erased her unhappy memories of childhood.
Then she met Jotham Gaul - an irritating tycoon who was buying her late father's rundown factory. Strangely, she felt he was the one man who could dispel the aching loneliness inside her.
But Jotham Gaul was unaffected by her beauty. He seemed to look through her facade and made her feel once more like plain, plump, unloved Harriet...
Jane Donnelly - The Frozen Heart
Harlequin Romance #2654 - Yr:1984
Would he still want revenge?
Because of something Pattie had written about Duncan Keld for the gossip columns, a beautiful model suffered the most publicized and painful rejection London had ever witnessed. And Pattie's boss received a very black eye.
So when her editor assigned Pattie the task of interviewing Keld a year later, she was understandably nervous - especially once she found herself marooned with him at his Yorkshire lodge. He was as cold as ice.
But Pattie didn't realize she would be in even greater danger from Duncan once the ice melted.