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The Dividing Line

2.08  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Andrew's bequest shocked them both

Kerry had assumed that her stepfather would leave his large department store to his son, Ross Sinclair. But Andrew must have had something else in mind--he stipulated that both Kerry and Ross were to inherit the store.

She liked old-fashioned friendliness and service. He was all for modern impersonal efficiency. Between them, Sinclair's was
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #360, 186 pages
Published May 1980 by Harlequin Books (first published December 1979)
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Nov 15, 2012 sbf20112011 rated it liked it
3.5 stars. This was decent, though it felt a little long/boring in the middle. I was happy for some excitement toward the end -- I know some people think it's cheap to throw in a physical accident as a way to get the characters to admit their feelings, but I like the drama of it.
Aug 28, 2011 Jan rated it it was ok
this one has a LOT of typical HP tropes. The step-siblings who are the love-interests, the will that forces them together (though at least it isn't a forced marriage this time), the hero who's a man of the future who butts head with the heroine who is set in her ways, and of course, the other woman...

Not very remarkable, and I think I mostly kept it around because her hair is soooo freakishly red on that cover.
Jan 06, 2013 Tia rated it it was ok
Not bad but no really good either. I found the story lacking in so many ways. There wasn't enough time spent in a relationship between hero and heroine. Most of it revolved around other things, which was annoying and made it lacking in emotion.
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Kay Thorpe was born on 1935 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK. An avid reader from the time when words on paper began to make sense, she developed a lively imagination of her own, making up stories for the entertainment of her young friends. After leaving school, she tried a variety of jobs, including dental nursing, and a spell in the Women's Royal Airforce from which she emerged knowing ...more
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