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Winter of Dreams (Marlow Family #3)

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  4 reviews
'Stop It!'

'Don't you think you've had sufficient revenge?' Olivia said stiffly.

'Not now I have the taste for it,' Jordan murmured, and her eyes went involuntarily to his mouth. It curved sensually, knowingly, and she tried once more to push him away. This time, to her surprise, she succeeded.

'If this is revenge then I know why they call it sweet. Did I mention I have a ver
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #1595, 0 pages
Published October 1993 by Harlequin (first published June 1992)
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Feb 20, 2012 Kay rated it 4 of 5 stars
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4 1/2 Stars! ~ It had all been too much; betrayal from the man she had loved, the disastrous showing of her paintings, the terrible fatigue from the glandular fever she suffered from. The horrific review of her work had been her last straw, and suddenly she plunged over the edge that she’d been so dangerously near, and broke down, first with violent emotions and then a total physical breakdown. During those moments when Olivia Marlow had been at her most vulnerable, she had bared her body and so ...more
When "El Bufón" published his critics about her painting exposition, Olivis felt devastated. Add to that a failure romance and a neumonitis and you had Olivia present. She couldn't even get up to the bed...
Her twin sister Ross, a famous actress, took her place and presented Olivia's work to the Pendragon Fundation. Imagine her surprise when she found out that they had picked her as a finalist!!!
After her sister insisted on her taking a chance and a very unpleasant telephone conversation with a h
Artist heroine is commissioned to paint the portrait of sculptor Hero's father after her twin sister impersonated her during the job interview without her knowledge while she was ill. She temporarily moves into Hero's family estate to do the painting & scrambles to fill in the gap from her twin sister's short stay there. Hero in particular questions the differences b/w their chemistry when they 1st met/during the job interview/& now. Spending time together answer questions they have abou ...more
It was a pretty dramatic book and in way kind of sick considering the hero 'made love' with the heroine and her twin sister. It was pretty sinister in a lot of ways. I found the ending to be sweet but not a great ending. The heroine went through a lot of bullshit in this novel, even though she was hurt and her pride was swiped at numerous times, she was a brave heroine.
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Perhaps being born on Valentine’s Day was an omen that Susan Napier would become a romance writer. This New Zealand author has written over 30 Mills & Boon category romances since 1984. Napier and her husband Tony Potter met when they both worked at the Auckland Star newspaper. After they married, she left the newspaper to work for a film company where she learned the art of dialogue. After th ...more
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