Sandra adored Mark now as much as when they were first married, even though family life meant that they were no longer so close. She'd never dreamed that her tough, handsome husband would fall into t...more
The hero of this book, was really selfish, self-centered character. I did NOT like at all! I also did not like the way the heroine reacted when she discovered that her husband was semi-unfaithful to her. Why "semi-unfaithful"? Because although, he does not sleep with the Other Woman, he still lets her in his heart, which should have wholly belonged to his WIFE. His reason for doing so? Because, his wife paid no a ...more
Main characters in the story:
Husband. The poor darling has been working soooooo hard and is under pressure at work. The wife is not giving him any attention so he turns to his very attractive, twenty something years old assistant for comfort and understanding.
OW. The stereotypical ow who is evil, manipulative and out to sink her claws into the helpless husband.
Wife. Full time mother to three children under six, the poor woman ha ...more
I think what was missing for me, and the reason I disliked this book so much was, love. I didn't feel the love. Our Hero didn't seem to love his wife, his children( he especially disliked the children) or his mistress. The heroines sister didnt seem to love her much. And our heroine, well.. I guess she loved her children, but the Hero? I didn't buy it. She was desperate to keep h ...more
aka Sheila Holland, Sheila Coates, Charlotte Lamb, Sheila Lancaster, Victoria Woolf, Laura Hardy
Sheila Ann Mary Coates was born on 1937 in Essex, England, just before the Second World War in the East End of London. As a child, she was moved from relative to relative to escape the bombings of World War II. Sheila attended the Ursuline Convent for Girls. On leaving scho ...more