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Gates of Steel (Harlequin Presents #1)

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Helen Stewart was disenchanted with the whole idea of love and romance, while Leon Petrou, it was said, had no time for women -- so when he suggested that she should marry him, to provide a background for his small niece and nephew, she agreed, feeling that emotion would not enter into the situation at all. And that could prove to be a dangerous assumption.
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #1, 192 pages
Published May 1973 by Harlequin Books
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Intense read from Anne Hampson...about a woman who marries for convenience to be a mother to two children she has come to adore. For the most part, this had all the requisite angst we like in those older hp's... but the ending really fell flat. The author tried to reconcile 250 pages of hurt and misunderstanding into just three paragraphs. I kept turning the page..saying this is it? This is my HEA....?

Though, I must say I really liked the title...In the story, the children get trapped in an old...more
Karen Wilson
Read the book a LONG time ago and remembered liking it.
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Miro Elbakry
Amazing.. Beyehkii Ahasesna Bgad..
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Anne Hampson was born on November 28 in England. At age six she had two ambitions: to teach and to write. Poverty after WWI deprived her of an education and at 14 she was making Marks & Spencer's blouses at one shilling (5p) each.

She retired when she married. Later, when her marriage broke up, she was homeless with £40 in her purse. She went back to the rag trade and lived in a tiny caravan. B...more
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