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The Spanish Uncle

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Mary wanted to catch the next flight home!

Mary Allis reluctantly took her nephew, Paul, to meet his wealthy Spanish relatives. She had raised her dead sister's son, but now they claimed him as heir.

Though welcomed by Paul's grandfather, Don Emilio Alvarados, Mary was aware of the continuing hostility of Paul's uncle, Rafael.

Mary could see that Paul belonged with his family
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #2313, 190 pages
Published February 1980 by Harlequin Books (first published July 1979)
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The English Aunt and the Spanish Uncle get together to raise the English/Spanish nephew. The End.

That about sums it up and you know it from page one when the heroine is nervously trying to decide if the hero is going to take the orphaned nephew she's raised alone since he was six months old.

Let's look at the emotional stakes: She was in an orphanage with her sister and the nephew is all she has left. Hero has an ailing father who has no will to live since his younger son died.

Ailing grandpa wi
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3 Stars ~ Mary's sister, Sheila had met a Spaniard and they had fallen madly in love. When Sheila became pregnant, Enrique left for Spain to tell his father he wished to marry her. Only Enrique never returned, and Sheila gave birth to his son with her sister's help. A few months after the birth, Sheila died in a tragic accident, leaving Mary to raise the child as her own. Firmly believing that Enrique had deserted her sister, she allowed the child to call her Mom. Paul's now seven and Mary is an ...more
Sep 06, 2011 Lynda rated it it was ok
When I was younger, Jane Corrie was one of my fav Harlequin authors. I guess my tastes have changed.
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A good story. You could almost belive you were there in Spain.
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