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When sensible, warm-hearted Elizabeth saved the life of Andrew T. Harcourt, she didn't expect her own life to be turned upside down.

She had no time in her busy schedule to fall in love, and she certainly didn't intend to let a man like Andrew get under skin. Which was just as well, since he didn't appear to want a woman in his life.

There was no way, though, that they coul...more
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Romance, No 3121, 189 pages
Published April 1st 1991 by Harlequin Books
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Saly
I really loved this book, the h(heroine) was great with her crazy family, eight siblings, her parent's weird marriage where they lived apart and she installed as the housekeeper taking care of all her siblings plus the variety of pets she rescued. She rescues the the hero when he is shot in a mugging gone wrong and talks to him while she is taking him to the hospital, when he comes to thank her he is drenched with water and treated to her family crazy.

The next time they meet it is at a party, wh...more
LLCSpokane
Very good romance. The heroine, Elizabeth, is 24 years old and is housekeeper for her family. She has a very unorthodox family with 7 siblings, various pets, and a suceesful and loving set of parents. Her parents altho lovingly married don't live together. Her father a developer lives in a condo on the other side of town, her mother a sucessful artist lives in the family home but is usually absorbed in her art. They both actively parent, and see each other but just not traditionally. The h is no...more
Claire
So-so.

I couldn’t quite cotton to a hero who had to convince himself to fall in love with the heroine because he finally discovered that she could “fit in” nicely with the kind of nomadic, dangerous life that he has as a petroleum engineer. For most than 3/4ths of the book, he was just pushing her away because she was the wrong'un.

I wouldn't have said good riddance to you, too.
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Barbara Blackman was under the pseudonym Jeanne Allan, the author of 25 romance novels for Harlequin. On the cover of her first novel, Peter's Sister, her surname was misspelled as "Allen".
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