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The Silver Link

2.82  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
To help her sister out of a jam, Sara agreed to go up to the Lake District for a few weeks to work with an author.

She had not expected him to be the one man in the world who would remind her of a past she only wanted to forget....
Mass Market Paperback, 188 pages
Published 1977 by Harlequin Romance
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Sep 28, 2015 Leona rated it really liked it
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I was definitely in the mood for something light and fluffy. This one hit the spot. I have not read much by MW, but the books I have read, I have enjoyed. This was no exception.

The heroine had spunk and the hero was all levels of asshat, but he was redeemable. Their love was credible. There was intrigue centered around the tumultuous relationship between their two fathers which was at the root of the churn between them.

Strong secondary characters added texture and strengthened the overall plot.
Nov 22, 2016 Melinda rated it liked it
The author has created a hero with an apparently nasty disposition. What made this a keeper for me is that she allows you glimpses of his true emotions every now and then. You can see that the heroine is not the only one who is miserable.
Sep 15, 2016 Anuradha rated it did not like it
I generally like stories penned by this author, but this one was just a frustrating read.

The guy and girl just keep snarling at each other like dogs guarding ones' own territory. The fights are initially a result of bad blood between their fathers due to gambling debts and lost family silver.

But at some point the glaring and snarling is supposed to be a result of sexual tension between the two. The hero does manage to sneak in a kiss in the middle, quite out of context. But there is no palpable
Oct 01, 2015 MissKitty rated it liked it
The ending was way too abrupt. It did start out well enough, the H and h meet over a job and realize that they had encountered each other some years ago but never knew each other's names. There is a mystery and bad feeling between them since there is an unresolved history of bad debts between their fathers. Which is the main cause of tension between the H and h. Which would have been fine except that this misunderstanding was never really resolved and it led to the Hero's brooding attitude ...more
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