After The Storm (Colorado, Americana, #6)
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After The Storm (Americana #6)

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"You are still legally my wife," Rad pointed out bluntly. "All I'm asking is that you resume those duties once more."

Lainie stared at him. What a fool she had been not to accept his previous offer. But that refusal had been dictated by her pride, and now need had replaced pride.

What frightened Lainie was that she still loved him. She was beginning to wonder if she had ever...more
Paperback, Harlequin Presents, #167
Published December 1976 (first published January 1st 1975)
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This book runs high on emotions, mostly stormy ones, and does it pretty well. The basic scenario is fairly stereotypcial - married couple that's been separated for several years is suddenly brought back together, first by a chance meeting at a concert, and then more deliberately due to her mother's illness. They fight and snarl at one another, but also have moments that show they clearly still get along quite well in some ways at least, and it's made clear that she still loves him, but he doesn'...more
Dec 26, 2010 Gill rated it 1 of 5 stars
Shelves: trash
Oh dear oh dear. This one started off a bit better than I expected, with some idea of a plot and some description of place, but it quickly deteriorated into slush romance, which might have been commissioned by some style magazine -full of hairstyles, furniture, clothes, but even those descriptions were not done well. The new man involved in the plot simply disappeared once he had served his purpose, the people were cardboard cutouts and far from characters one identifies with, were people I woul...more
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I remember this book, and simply want a copy!? I really like the ending where the heroine comes to their place to collect some stuff and the hero said something like... "What did you came here for? To insult me..." haha 'coz he misapprehend that the heroine was inlove to a another man. Haven't memorize the exact line that's why I badly want a copy to relieve this story.
I really really love the Mills & Boon cover for this book, but the story was pretty mediocre. It's usually the case with me...
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This is the only book of hers I can honestly say I didn't like. In fact, it was terrible.
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