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Expectant Mistress

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Mistress...and mother!Trish's body still tingled at the memory of her time with Adam four years ago, but he'd seemed more interested in dating glamorous women than settling down! Trish had vowed to forget him--until, gorgeously irresistible as ever, he appeared on her doorstep insisting it was Trish he really wanted....

Surely this time Adam was here to stay? The passion be...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published January 1st 2011)
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Tia
Read this in 2010.

I thought the novel was pretty emotional. I certainly had tears in my eyes at more than one point. I couldn't get over how stupid the hero was, he was going to marry another woman while making love with another. If that wasn't a clue to break up with your fiance, I don't know what was.
Missy
Was a good read....very emotional tear-jerker. The hero has encased his emotions in steel but the heroine keeps poking holes in his walls....& he is slowly starting to realize his emotions but he keeps fighting for 4 years & becomes engaged to another woman. Once they meet again at his engagement party all their feelings come to a head & he follows her to her island home. Still keeping part of himself hidden away the heroine doesn't believe he loves her & misunderstandings follow...more
Booklover
a nice read,heroin is head strong n fights her feelings every turn of the book and hero je also fights his feelings(the age gap between them is more younger hero-older hero)absolutely liked the twist-turns n story keeps holding you

Recommend it
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
What can I say, I needed a book that started with E to finish October. Had Trish (the heroine) been a real person, someone would have bludgeoned her to death long ago. Yeah, I didn't buy any of it. The island sounded nice though.
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Sara Wood was born in England. She has wonderful memories of her childhood. Her parents were desperately poor but their devotion to family life gave her a feeling of great security. Sara's father was one of four fostered children and never knew his parents, hence his joy with his own family. Birthday parties were sensational her father would perform brilliantly as a Chinese magician or a clown or...more
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