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The Bride's Rescuer

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In Saving Celia

Unconscious and wearing a torn wedding dress, Celia Stevens washed up on the shores of Solitaire and threw Cameron Alexander's peaceful seclusion into complete chaos. Not only did her presence force him to reexamine his reasons for hiding out, but within days the walls around Cameron's hardened heart slowly began to crumble...

He'd Saved Himself

Celia sensed

Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Intrigue #691, 251 pages
Published December 2002 by Harlequin Intrigue
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Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
Wow. This book just took the #1 position in my worst books read in the recent past (like since the glciers receeded). I could list spoilers, but the only true spoiler would be anyone reading this book.
Jan 13, 2012 Kay rated it it was ok
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2 1/2 Stars ~ Celia's about to walk down the aisle when a mysterious woman tells her an amazing story. Celia can't face the groom so she leaves him in his tuxedo at the yacht club. Sailing away in her father's boat, a storm over takes her, throwing her into the sea. Cameron's been living as a recluse on his island for 6 years and he's not pleased at all when Celia washes up on his beach. He can't let her leave for fear she'll reveal his whereabouts, but he can't let her stay either for fear of h ...more
I wasn't very impressed with this one. I read it and it served it's purpose but I was left feeling I could have done something better with my time.
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For an intrigue book, the only intrigue was if I wouldhe able to finish this book. Was very boring.
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CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS has loved a good story since she learned to read at the age of three. After years of teaching that love of books to her students, she now enjoys creating stories of her own. Often her books are set in one of her three favorite places—Montana, where she and her husband spent their honeymoon; the mountains of North Carolina, where she has a summer home; or Florida, near the Gulf of ...more
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