The Right Man (Harlequin Presents, No 1178)
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The Right Man (Harlequin Presents, No 1178)

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She'd always believed in love at first sight

To raise her tuition for medical school, Jocelyn Eleanor MacDougall was holding down two jobs in Toronto, one as a nightclub singer. It was there that she met Niall Morgan. Their attraction was immediate and powerful.

But Niall was a man haunted by a dark secret. He refused to reveal his inner torment to Joss and said that, despit...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published May 28th 1989 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 1988)
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This is a case of love at first sight. The h had always been told by her mom that one day she would meet the right man, That sh'd see him and she'd know. She daydreamed about him from the time she was a little girl. She knew he would have blue eyes altho that was about all she knew. She's 21 working two jobs to put herself thru medical school, she's dated alot, had lots of fun but has never come close to meeting the right man. She's beginning to doubt her mothers word, when she bumps into a stra...more
I didn't love this as much as some others did. It was a decent story, but the angst didn't grab me -- I really prefer when the conflict arises from the characters' insecurity about or lack of knowledge of the other's feelings, not when it's more like "I love you, but I have to get over this one issue I have." It was still a nice story, just didn't grab me.
This book was so damn long but so damn good. I really enjoyed it and can you say HELLO ANGST! There was six years of it. I was rolling in emotion and loving every moment. The characters were well written and it was kind of sweet because there was no villain in this novel. It was all about fears and getting past them, whether in sickness or in health. It was a well written beautiful novel that I was glad I read.
Beautiful, sad, tragic novel with a happy ending that I loved. I am not sure if I'd like to read it again though!
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