The Most Marvellous Summer
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The Most Marvellous Summer

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Matilda had every quality that turned a man's head, but she had remained heart-whole and fancy-free despite a number of offers. Then she met eminent surgeon James Scott-Thurlow and fell in love at first sight. But James clearly did not feel the same way. How could he when he was already engaged to the glamorous Rhoda?
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 7th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 1991)
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Cecilia
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"I'm Surprised No Man Has Snapped You Up."

Matilda had every quality that turned a man's head but she had remained heart-whole and fancy-free despite a number of offers. Then she met eminent surgeon James Scott-Thurlow and fell in love at first sight. But James clearly didn't feel the same way. How could he when he was already engaged to the glamorous Rhoda . . .?
Deborah Darsie
Oct 11, 2012 Deborah Darsie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Betty Neels fans
Slightly different approach to her main female character, but the overall storyline is classic Neels.

Warm fuzzy, gentle, comforting could apply to most of her writings fir Harlequin

Janet
Too many coincidences for it to get 5 stars but a lovely book. Some wonderful beach scenes.
Jennifer
I just adore this author and read this book in one day! What a nice day it has been
R
I don't see this as one of her best books. But as always, a nice escape.
Allison
A very enjoyable read.
E_bookpushers
Classic Betty Neels, always a good comfort read.
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