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Lovers Not Friends

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"You're mine, Amy, you'll always be mine!"
For Amy, marriage to Blade Forbes had been a dream come true. And then one day her world collapsed around her when she discovered a secret that was about to destroy everything. She loved Blade and he loved her— but she had to get away, had to leave him to protect him from the knowledge that would drag him with her into a living hel
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published 1994 by Harlequin
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Booklover
This was an intense emotional second chance story,it kept me glued from pg 1 till last,was not able to get put down i had to know what happens next.Blade was determined to find out what happened why did his wife Amy leave all of a sudden,he did not believe the craps of the reasons Amy was giving him,he kept on trying.Although it took almost all the book for the truth to come out, when he found out why she left him, Blade confronted her on not trusting him and the love he had for her

Blade's bitte
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Verity
Unless I blinked & missed it, wot's the name of the matrimony-killing disease ? The ending kinda sucked the juices outta the story cuz it was such a cop out, but it's HP, after all. The heroine didn't consult numerous specialists or her hubby & just accepted her evil sista's word that she'd expire slowly & painfully. The same venomous viper who didn't wanna have anyfink to do w/ heroine. Hard to believe heroine could be that gullible to accept her death sentence so meekly. So the her ...more
JennyG
Loved the hero! He is worth recommending this book. He was cruel at the beginning but with good reason. On the other hand the heroine, Amy, is TSTL. She is one of those heroines that act before they think, self-sacrificing and self-pitying. (view spoiler) ...more
Leona
Amy and Blade marry and are living the dream of happily ever after, when her sister brutally tells her that she will succumb to a horrible disease (hereditary) that will leave her twisted and paralyzed in a wheelchair gasping for her last breath. Heroine flees the marriage not wanting to put the hero through the torture of this terrible disease. The story is about the hero refusing to accept that what they had was worth tossing aside and hunts down our heroine.

This is an incredibly intense read
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Lenore Kosinski
Another book I found and knew I had read but couldn't remember if I liked it or not....well, it was NOT. It's so weird too, b/c I actually tend to really enjoy Helen Brooks books, and have kept quite a few (I have a spreadsheet, b/c I'm big ballin' like that and I double checked). So I'm not sure if this is just an anomaly or what, but I seriously HATED this book. Hated the characters, hated the situation... Blade was borderline abusive!! Honestly, I could barely get through it the second time, ...more
Mary
I enjoyed this book a lot.

Amy and Blade marry and live a dream filled life but not all dreams come true. Amy finds out from her hateful sister she has a disease (hereditary)that will leave her fighting for her life. Amy decides to leave Blade thinking that he wouldn't want to be saddled with her if he knew what she had found out. Blade is away on business when he comes home he finds a "Dear John" letter. He is out of his mind and wants to find her.

He does find her through a private investigators
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Bei
This is a triggery book if you have ever suffered any sexual abuse. The way the male runs roughshod over her desires is creepy at best. So disappointed in this.
Jenny
Heroine was so stupid for leaving her husband. Her reasons were totally ridiculous!
Rebeca Berger
Que bonita historia, me gusto mucho y la disfrute.
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