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Twisting Shadows

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Since, between them, Mark Hunter and his cousin Michael had caused her sister's death three years ago, Jo thought she had more than sufficient cause to hate them - and when, now, she found herself forced to work with them both for the next three months, she wondered how she could bear it, so filled was she with thoughts of hatred and revenge.

And the last straw was when Ma...more
Paperback, 191 pages
Published 1983 by Mills & Boon
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Pretty enjoyable book, loads of drama. The heroine's sister died a few years ago & the heroine blamed the hero and his cousin. His cousin had an affair with his sister and she became pregnant and when the heroine went to him asking him to contact his cousin, he was receptive but at a later meeting accused her sister.

She is working for him now and refuses to let him discuss the past. His cousin is there as well, chasing her. She has changed in the past few years, learnt how to spruce up her l...more
This book surprised me. Considering this is an older book, I was surprised the heroine did have a real job and was such a career type of woman. She acted maturely and professionally in her job while most of the HP reads I read these days hardly see the heroine has a "proper" job. May be they do have a proper job but I felt they are just "window dressing" type of description to give the readers feel they do earn their living.

Both characters are very nice and I can fully understand why the heroine...more
Jo’s sister was inadvertently killed three years previously and now she finds herself working for the Hunter boys, Mark and Michael, whom she holds responsible for her eighteen year old sister’s early demise. Jo’s only family was her sister and she isn’t exactly rolling in the pink sparklies when she comes face to face w/ Mark and Michael Hunter. Mike recognizes her right off, but Mark doesn’t as he never even met her.

It would seem that Mark had a fling w/ the younger girl and when she wanted mo...more
Angsty in the best way - on the guy's side. Verrrrry strong h....
Loved it. Emotional and angsty with a strong lead lady.
from 1983, a re-read for me of this book still shows the anguish the heroine felt over her sister's death and how that fact ruled her life for the following years.
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