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There is no tomorrow (Presents #1118)

2.76  ·  Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
His contemptuous eyes still haunted Alexa

Ever since that horrible night when Revil Bradstone had caught a disheveled Alexa fleeing from his brother-in-law's hotel room, he had despised her. Her plea of innocence had fallen on deaf ears.

Now, three years later, she encountered Revil again. He had not forgotten her, and appeared ready to take vengeance out on Alexa's employer
Mass Market Paperback, 187 pages
Published October 1988 by Harlequin Books (first published April 1st 1987)
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Okay Read,a big misunderstanding based on which the H behaves cruelly towards h but then realizes that the sister lied and he ask for forgiveness,declaration of love and HEA.The declaration of love was out of the blue also had difficulty accepting it.
Jul 25, 2014 Jenny rated it really liked it
Hero blames beautiful model heroine for ruining his sister's marriage. He wants revenge but Alexa's purity and sweet innocence disarm him and make him doubt his sister's allegations!

Loved the angst, the warm fragile heroine and the hero. Even though he was cruel u could tell he was vulnerable where our sweet heroine was concerned and his doubts tortured him cause he was totally smitten!
Diana Dupre
Jan 07, 2013 Diana Dupre rated it it was ok
I don't believe this one for a moment. Who in their right mind (there is perhaps the clue as to why) would go along with someone putting them through unjustified hell just because you have a physical attraction (at first) to them? Seriously? I can't fathom the depth of neurosis this girl would have been living through if she were real.

I found this pathetic not romantic. Get a backbone. I'll give it a star on Goodreads simply because the ending was at least romantic to some degree ... when the gu
Nov 24, 2012 sbf20112011 rated it really liked it
Fairly typical misguided revenge story. But this author does angst pretty well, so I liked it. The hero was a giant jerk, but I did like that he was pulled to the heroine against his better judgment.
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Lots of good reviews for this one, so I'll just recap why I liked it.

19 year-old heroine was falsely accused of having an affair with the hero's brother-in-law. It was her own trusting nature that led her to his hotel room and a near rape. The hero's sister wanted a divorce and was happy to throw the heroine under the bus so she could get out of a bad relationship. The brother-in-law committed suicide, so the heroine never had her metaphorical day in court.

Now, three years later, the hero's com
Chantal ❄️
This book is one of the authors better book in my opinion. The heroine was misjudged and mistreated by the hero. She is a beautiful model who had a run in with the Heroes brother in law from hell. He tries to rape her and he finds her and call her out as being a home wrecker. He does finally get a clue but only after she has suffered some and he tries to sleep with her. Poor girl she is just so sweet and he tries to fix it all in the end and it just goes all pear shape on him. I enjoyed it a lot ...more
Jul 27, 2016 L rated it liked it
She has masochistic tendencies (who in their right mind would willingly put themselves trough that hell and humiliation???) and hero is self-righteous pompous arse who feels extremely guilty when he is proven wrong. Throw in a good dose of angst, some manhandling and emotional confusion to get bouts of sexual desire going on beetween hero and heroine without any action happening. No wonder they were both frustrated, I would be too... but hey its the eighties.... Lol
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Yvonne Whittal was born and raised in South Africa, the setting of most of her romances. She started writing stories at a young age, but didn't really get serious about writing until after she married and had children. She got many rejection letters from publishers, until a friend who loved romances gave her to encouragement to continue.
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