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Sup with the Devil

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Could he seduce her into forgetfulness?

Courtney had always dreamed of one day desired by a lover and responding ardently to him. But with the right man--not ever with Blair Devereux!

For three long years, the memory of how Blair had ruined her family and stolen their home had haunted her.

Now she must do the impossible -- forget the past for her family's sake and become Blai
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Paperback, Harlequin Presents #599, 189 pages
Published June 1983 by Harlequin (first published 1983)
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Dianna
Courtney’s daddy is posh and in business with Blair’s uncle. Courtney has known Blair for years, but she doesn’t like him. She particularly doesn’t like him when she’s 17. Her non-friend Kate Lydyard is being all salacious and hussy-like about him, and it makes Courtney uncomfortable. Then Blair kisses her in the rose garden and she’s all conflicted.

And then one night, Blair comes ‘round to shout at her father for not helping his uncle, who is now in prison for embezzlement. Courtney’s daddy is
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Chantal
Jan 19, 2016 Chantal rated it really liked it
Ok so maybe I am a vengeful bitch but I wanted her father and brother to rot in jail!!! Those bastards deserve to be in jail for stealing that money and then killing the poor innocent uncle. Im so glad she finally told him she loved him. He so deserved it. What a great guy I mean he was and angel and she deserved him in the end. They are too nice to be true. I would have made those bastards suffer they were both willing to sacrifice her for their own end even wanting her sister to "be nice" to h ...more
Roub
Jul 20, 2014 Roub rated it did not like it
this was so boring!courteney was pathetic! she was jealous of kate lydyard without cause! just bcoz she's rich n beautiful!? it was obvious dat blair loved courteney. however, the hot-scorching chemistry was lacking. mrs craven told us all the facts, as if she gathered them all 2 be narrated but cud not create any emotions nor lasting impressions on the reader. this is indeed her usual trope. she thrives on besotted heroes n virginal heroines who do not want hero at 1st while he falls her 4 her ...more
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Could he seduce her into forgetfulness?

Courtney had always dreamed of one day desired by a lover and responding ardently to him. But with the right man--not ever with Blair Devereux!

For three long years, the memory of how Blair had ruined her family and stolen their home had haunted her.

Now she must do the impossible -- forget the past for her family's sake and become Blair's bride. And no one could have been more surprised than she to find the forgetfulness she needed in the oblivi
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Jen
7-10 June 2012

This could've been classic Harlequin Presents, but it was just so drawn out and too tentative that all the momentum built from the tension between the hero and heroine just spluttered and died.

[edit 10/11/13 -- I actually read this again without realising I'd already read it. And I actually enjoyed it a lot more than the first time. Weird. ]
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Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon, England, just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books. She was always a voracious reader, some of her all-time favorites books are: "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, "Middlemarch" by George Eliot, "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell and "The Code of the Woosters" by P. G. Wodehous ...more
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