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A Valentine for Daisy

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  122 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Arrogant, overbearing and dictatorial! What was there to like about brilliant pediatrician Dr. Valentine Seymour? Not much, Daisy Pelham had to admit. Yet, his small patients seemed to adore him. …Daisy was mystified. She could only think that perhaps there was another side to him, one that he didn't want her to see.…
Mass Market Paperback, The Best of Betty Neels, 192 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Harlequin (first published September 1st 1993)
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This one got a little long in the tooth and there were times the heroine's denseness got tiring, but this was quintessential Betty so I had to give it 4 stars. After all how many heroines would

√ make a skirt out of old curtains
√ consider working at a pig farm
√ take on "louts and hooligans" instead of calling 999
√ ride a bicycle to and from work
√ watch somebody else's children 24 X 7, and not get mad when they let you go without even 24 hour notice ( even when they thought you were the best thing...more
Not one of Betty's best but certainly not her worst.
I really don't remember having read this before, though I suppose I did, as I read almost all Betty Neels books I could get my hands on.
Our Daisy is young, untrained and plain. Our RBD(Rich British Doctor) is Dr. Valentine Seymour. The kids in question are the 4 year old twin terrors who call Dr Seymour "Uncle Val". Plot doesn't really matter, because hey, it's Betty Neels! You know there will be a happy ending. We get our happy ending, but the...more
Dr Valentine an excellent pediatrician but not so mannered with adult patients. Or is Daisy misjudging him?

Deborah Darsie
Oct 28, 2012 Deborah Darsie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Betty Neels fans
Solidly in the Classic Betty Neels category.
Reliably romantic in a gentle way, comparatively speaking.

Sweet as always. Classic Betty Neels
The usual Betty Neels.
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Betty Neels was born on September 15, 1910 in Devon to a family with firm roots in the civil service. She said she had a blissfully happy childhood and teenage years, which stood her in good stead for the tribulations to come with the Second World War. She was sent away to boarding school, and then went on to train as a nurse, gaining her SRN and SCM, that is, State Registered Nurse and State Cert...more
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