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Separate Rooms
Diana Hamilton
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Separate Rooms

3.14  ·  Rating Details ·  21 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Husband and Wife...In Name Only!

Ben Claremont made it quite clear that he was the only man in the world who didn't lust after Honey's body...but he asked her to marry him anyway! Honey wasn't in love with him, but accepted his offer in order to get herself out of a difficult situation.... Separate rooms would suit her just fine!

But what on earth had Honey got herself into?
Published July 16th 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published March 11th 1994)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
This had a rocky start, but I liked it quite a bit overall. Honey was feisty. In fact, it kind of reminded me of "Taming of the Shrew" because Honey was so prickly and rebuffed any attempts at seduction. Ben isn't a flashy charmer who gets off on being offensive like Petruchio, but rather takes the tactic of disinterest. Surprisingly, it does hurt Honey's feelings, although she's sick of being seen as a sex object because of her beauty and curvaceous body. The "Taming of the Shrew" aspect is mor ...more
Jul 06, 2011 Claire rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Annoying read (1). Plot was trite and commonplace. Rich girl hounded to get married and rescued by a guy who feigned total disinterest for her in order to win her heart. The scenarios were so unimaginative, they were almost fatalistic. For instance, girl invited a colleague to the house? Of course, the absent husband would arrive unexpectedly to threaten to punch the living daylight out of the interloper. His purported reason for wanting to marry her? Of course, once his back was turned some ...more
Aug 22, 2013 Akina rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I thought the book had a solid premise. I love the unrequited love thing, especially when you can see that it's the male who is head-over-heels in love. But there was nothing remotely likable, let alone lovable about the leading lady. She had no depth of character. Rarely have I read a book where I want the hero to drop the heroine and go find a better woman. The heroine had a bad temper, was disrespectful to her mother, loud, and self-absorbed. Her friends are nosy gossips. There is no reason t ...more
Ayesha Ahmed
"Marry Me"
It was hard to believe that a guy like Ben offering marriage proposals just to help a girl..though the reason he gave for his proposal was more likely to believe. But at the same time it hurts to hear how selfish he was trying to be..

Separate Rooms a simple book...simply liked by me..
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Diana Hamilton was born in a English town. Wanting to be a country child, her imagination came into play at an early age, transforming a neighbor’s tree into a forest, a hole in a stone wall into a gingerbread house, a gas puddle into a fairyland, complete with mountains, lakes and flower meadows. She loathed housework but made to do her share, to lessen the boredom, she told herself stories, in a ...more
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