Return to Yesterday (Harlequin Presents, #631)
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Return to Yesterday (Harlequin Presents, #631)

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She never wanted a reconciliation

Six years ago Catlin Loring had stumbled on her husband in bed with another woman. Shattered, she'd fled New Zealand and begun a new life in Australia.

Now, forced to return to Conal for a favor, she was surprised to discover he wanted her back. "All's fair in love and war," he said. "This is both. I'll use any trick I can to get you into my...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published September 1st 1983 by Harlequin Books
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My god what a Horrible book,this is the first ever book that i have read n cursed myself for reading it(cursed myself cause i have a bad habit that what i ever i start reading i have to read till the end no matter how bad the book may be )so think how i made through the book

This is another one of those stories where you have a violent hero/alpha male, with a very young heroine, I was going to say imature but she's only 17 so she isn't supposed to be mature. Apparently the Hero was attracted to t...more
2.5 stars. Here’s my problem with this book and a lot of Harleys with this theme. I hate it when the author start telling the story of reunited couples after all of the angst is over. They always start when the couple meet up again and pass up all the misery of the pass relationship that had caused the H/h to break up in the first place, which is the best part IMO. That’s the part I want to read. That’s the part that makes the book interesting. I want to experience all the horridness of the chea...more
The hero married the heroine when she was just seventeen. When one night the heroine encounter her husband, the hero having sex with his mistress, she freaked out. The hero being goaded into it by her aggressiveness, in turn raped her. After her humiliating "rape" she left the comforts of New Zealand for Australia and remained there for six years. Now it's time the heroine faces the hero and her past and when it all comes together, it will surprise you!

I love love love this novel, it was great....more
it was written in 1983, and had a very different term to it...but since I grew up in the Luke and Laura era when i originally read did not read the same way. Now I am older and while i remembered why i was more accepting of it then..not so much now. They prettied it up or the writer tried... but he raped her and he threatened most of the book to do it again if she ..."pushed him" he became only likeable at the very end and that was only because he got what he wanted. so i like dit enough...more
April Brookshire
When I started reading this book, I thought the hero was a jackass and by the the time I finished, yeah, he was still a jackass.
To be honest, I rarely give bad reviews..give me a book, I would read it and produce a positive type of reviews but this book...uh no..I just can't stand the hero keep putting the blame on the heroine and she was like,receiving the blame with open hand.He didn't try that hard to earn his wife's forgiveness for effing around with that Belinda whashername..what the f**k?! I finished it but heart AND head hurts just from trying too hard to get to the ending..but still 3 stars for...more
This isn't fresh in my mind, but I really enjoyed it. I'm definitely working my way through this author's backlist. There was some hero cheating in this one, FYI, but it didn't bother me too much.
Loved that the heroine was strong and feisty in the beginning.
Hated that the heroine cried rape then became amorous of the hero and lost her backbone.
Sep 08, 2010 willaful marked it as dnf
Going to start over later, I can't remember how it began.
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