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Sally Wentworth was the pseudonym of Doris Hornsblow. Doreen was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK. She married Donald Alfred. Sally Wentworth Book Lists - Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf ), Text File .txt) or read online. Sally Wentworth Book Lists. Ghost of the Past by Sally Wentworth - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
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Feb 8, Illusions Of Love Sally Wentworth PDF, Epub Ebook. Passionate Revenge book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. More than anything she wanted to hurt him back. At eighteen, Zar. Twin Torment book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 'I will not watch her marry the man I love. I'll do everything I can to.
Mudava de humor de uma hora para outra. Pensava mais no trabalho e enrolou adiando o casamento. E na lua de mel, abandonou-a para resolver problemas da empresa For readers who are put off by a heroine who chases the hero, I have to say this h is surprisingly passive in her pursuit.
Those signals escalate: Wentworth repeatedly shows the heroine mentally processing her beloved's actions, putting the best possible spin on them so she can cling to her rosy world view.
But we also see the accumulated damage being done. On their wedding night, the h hears the H making a work-related call to the project team in Lithuania which he tries to pass off as just checking in to let them know he had arrived safely.
Because helicopter. The next afternoon, while he and the heroine are engaged in the sexiest sex of their 2-day shared sex life, the hero actually PULLS OUT to answer another business call.
She heads off to the bathroom for a soak and a sulk while he completes his call. He spends that evening at dinner charming and seducing her, but when they get back to their room she overhears him on yet another business call.
This time he is arranging to delay their honeymoon trip so he can go take care of business in Lithuania. He counters with a charm attack. She refuses to yield. She smartly recognizes this offer as the start of a lifetime of resentment and leaves in his car, after arranging a taxi to take him to the airport.
She spends the three weeks originally scheduled for their honeymoon filling in as temporary help in a conveniently needy teashop in a remote village while planning what to do with her future. I love this. All he has to do is admit the promotion motivated his proposal, apologize for the hurt he caused, reveal that he is now in love with her, and demonstrate he is willing and capable of making her his first priority for the rest of their lives.
A little post-marital courtship is called for. It should be adorable. Instead, Sally Wentworth takes it in a different direction, and at this point the story breaks down for me. Instead, he had reached a point in his life where he decided it was time to marry and start a family, but he had never experienced True Love, so he looked around for the most likely bridal candidate and there was his cute, convenient, hero-worshiping neighbor girl, so why not her?
Except maybe he was still subconsciously seeking true love, so he delayed the wedding. Girl, he would have dumped you if he had found something better!
Be outraged. Hero then declares he fell in love with the heroine when she left him. The mutual near-death experience forces the heroine to recognize that she loves the hero. The end. If so, this couple is going to need a lot of plane crashes to make it to their tenth anniversary.
But the ending ruined it. Oct 24, Stacey Sassy Book Lovers rated it it was amazing. This for me is a keeper. I've read this story over and over again and it's one I'll keep reading over and over. It's such a lovely story of first love and the real troubles life can bring.
To Have and to Hold
It's one that's stuck with me. Nov 27, Melinda rated it it was ok. Some reviewers seem to feel the hero's suddenly falling in love with the heroine when she left him was unconvincing. It was weak, but I found the heroine's love for him to be equally unconvincing.
I never believed her feelings for him were anything more than hero worship. One of the better old harlequin books. Apr 16, Roub rated it liked it. Alix was mad about Rhys while it was obvious he treated her wid amused indulgence.
When Alex North realizes that the man she's loved forever only married her because of a job, she is devastated and determined to leave him. He now just has to figure out a way to convince her of that fact. This is a very entertaining story where we get to follow what had been a young infatuation, into disillusionment, but ultimately an adult love.
Well done studies of both the male and female leads. May 23, Elektragedia rated it it was ok Shelves: Aug 27, GuisBell rated it liked it Shelves: May 20, Nicole rated it it was ok. Read it yesterday. Already forgot most of the story. Trishelle rated it really liked it Dec 18, Nicole rated it liked it Oct 30, Chele rated it liked it Jan 11, Hannah rated it really liked it Oct 13, Srivilasica rated it it was ok Nov 27, Talltree rated it liked it Feb 26, Miki rated it did not like it Apr 14, Neferetrose rated it liked it Apr 11, A runaway wife Mix North had fallen in love with Rhys Stirling the first time she had met him.
Now Mix's dream was about to come true--Rhys had asked her to marry him. He'd known Mix all his life--she was the perfect choice. It's only after Alix leaves him that Rhys finds that he's fallen A runaway wife Mix North had fallen in love with Rhys Stirling the first time she had met him.
Jul rated it did not like it Dec 23, Amanda rated it it was amazing Apr 14, ImaBookaddict rated it liked it Aug 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Sally Wentworth.
Sally Wentworth. Doreen began her publishing career at a Fleet Street newspaper in London, where she thrived in the hectic atmosphere. Her first works are stand-alone novels, but in s, she decided to create her first series. In , she wrote a book in two parts about the Barclay twins and their great love, and in , she wrote the Ties of Passion Trilogy about the Brodey family, that have money, looks, style, everything Doreen was an accounts clerk at Associated Newspapers Ltd.
In , she was the founding chair of the Hertford Association of National Trust Members, and named its life president. Doreen Hornsblow died from cancer in , at 64 years of age. Books by Sally Wentworth. It is funny, cute, a rom-com, actually. It really should have been a Harlequin Romance rather than HP.
We have four intelligent girls -- roommates at college -- who start off the book debating the use of computers in matching people up. The theory espoused by Angie, the most fervent pro It says this book was first published in , but it feels even earlier, 70s, maybe. The theory espoused by Angie, the most fervent proponent, is that by using computers she doesn't explain that formulas need to be input into the computers , one could get a random bachelor to propose at the end of three months by doing everything that the computers tell you to, in essence, become his dream woman.
This debate is believably argued at length until these girls, funded by Lisa, the rich one of the group, decide to pick a guy at random and put their experiment to the test. Gemma, our heroine, who's the least gung-ho about the experiment for moral reasons, is picked to be the guinea pig.
The book is a hugely comedic farce because Gemma has to get a fake tan, wear colored contacts, and a blond wig in order to fit into Paul's criteria. The act they do. There's a big empty frame on the stage, one sister in front and one behind. They mirror each other's movements and dress and dance together. At the end the sister on the far side of the frame jumps through and shocks the audience who believed it was all one girl just dressing and dancing in front of a big mirror.
Cabaret's must be hard up for acts, I think. Ginny is still pissed at her sister for her deception and Alex picks up on it as she's jealous and she needs to get over it. She tries to tell him the truth but he's angry that she's dissing her sister and won't listen to what she has to say. Venetia is tremendously happy that her sister botched the truth because Alex will never believe anything Ginny says now, because he thinks it all stems from jealousy.
Ginny decides to go ahead with her solo career as a model and when Venetia finds out she's more than a bit cheesed off by it but can't really say anything because she's screwed her sister over on Alex. Ginny does offer Venetia the opportunity to go as Ginny on an overnight shoot. Venetia is quite excited and takes her up on it since she's been lax lately in modelling because of her relationship with Alex and has missed doing it. Ginny calls Alex pretending she's Venetia, tells him about the overnight that "Ginny" is on and invites him over the flat.
For guess what? That's right. She's going to sleep with him. It will be his and "Venetia's" first time together in bed. Ginny promises to herself to tell him the truth but only after they've done the deed.
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They go to dinner, she pumps him for information and then he pumps her all night long. She never tells him the truth. Venetia comes back from her shoot and because of some psychic link knows that Ginny has slept with a man. She thinks it was the Paris photographer after she finds out that he's doing Ginny a solo portfolio. Venetia wants to continue working as a model under Ginny's solo portfolio but Ginny thinks it's dishonest and won't do it. Yes, she thinks THIS is dishonest.
Alex calls and tells Venetia what a wonderful time he had the night before screwing her brains out, except it wasn't her. She gets off the phone with him and she and Ginny fight. Really fight. Words are tossed as well as a few fists and there's a bit of hair pulling.
It ends with Ginny telling Venetia she can have Alex. She won't tell him the truth because it was such a wonderful night and he's too good for either of them.
Deceived by both and loved by both. She's going to model in the United States and leave them alone. Alex walks in on the aftermath of the fight and tears Ginny a new one.
Berating her for her jealous, spiteful ways and promising her that when he and Venetia are married he will make it his mission that they no longer have contact. Ginny doesn't deserve Venetia as her sister. Alex asks Venetia to marry him. Still not knowing the truth.
He's takes Venetia away for Easter and low and behold the twins aren't identical. Venetia has an appendix scar and he realizes that he slept with Ginny. He is really angry and doesn't know which twin is which and he leaves.
Venetia calls Ginny to come and straighten things out. She finds him but he's tremendously angry and wants nothing to do with either sister at this point. Ginny tells him the truth about being the one he met on the plane and how Venetia only knew of it because of the phone calls. She tells him of the jealousy and the bad blood between the sisters for the switching.
He's angry and confused because now he doesn't know who he loved. The sisters realize he loves them both.
Winner and loser. Now, how do they decide this? They flip a coin. Coin flip. This is how they make all their hard decisions. But it gets better. That's how the book ends on the flip. We don't know the outcome. Ugh, that ending is like no other romance I've ever come across. Feb 06, Diya rated it really liked it Shelves: Crazy twin sisters fight for one man. I enjoyed it and this was different. Looking forward to part two..I dont want you dirtying it.
Ginny smiled. She eventually runs away. The pillars of HPlandia may shake and some may shatter but HPlandia needs more h's like you, revenge is wonderful and those H's must pay - think of the future HP h's who will worship you. Just for a drink? They are not even distantly inspired by any individual known or unknown to the Author, and all the incidents are pure invention.
It was bound to have been Duncan and, as he was moving around, they had agreed that he would always contact her, so she didnt have a number to call him back. Re Passionate Revenge - SW is back in the revenge business, and I must confess I was enjoying myself tremendously-- until the end. The hairline cracks in the ceiling formed themselves into the face of a deformed devil, long-nosed and scowling, and with vicious horns.