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Night Music

3.08 of 5 stars 3.08  ·  rating details  ·  51 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Lisa's former life was behind her now

Lisa was not exactly happy working with Evan Wright's advertising agency. Competent herself, she found it unpleasant covering for Jon, Evan's inept brother-in-law. Then Steve Crawford, a demanding new client, insisted that Jon should handle his account. Evan was amazed. Lisa was furious. Unknown to anyone, Lisa had once abandoned a glam
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #404, 187 pages
Published January 1981 (first published 1980)
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An interesting old skool romance; sexist as hell, mind you, but interesting. Lisa ran away from her husband Steve after he became convinced she’d been unfaithful to him; now he’s found her and is determined to get her back. But Lisa is afraid he will never truly believe or forgive her, and will continue to punish her forever.

Lamb seems to be trying to add depth to her typical old skool crazy here, perhaps even analyze it a bit. There’s a lot of attention paid to secondary characters and a lot of
well, i'm a big sucker of charlotte lamb's old books and she did not disappoint me wid this one as well. the hero was unbearably jealous and possessive! he was so completely besotted dat it took my breath away ! good one, it lost 1 star as i was bored wid stories on lisa's colleagues at work. really who cares abt them lol !?
Another story of a woman who flees her brutal husband, only she can't stay hidden from him forever. Steve finds Claire and the story goes from there. Why do so many of these stories have women running from their men and in the end they can't stay away from them.
April Brookshire
I think this is the first Charlotte Lamb book I've read where the hero didn't have grey eyes (this hero's were blue).

This book was published around the time I was born, so it's way out of date in PC aspects. Not that I ever hold that against a book, even modern ones, since I'm just not feminist enough.

This was also my first Charlotte Lamb book where she tried to give deeper meaning to her characters and the plot by analyzing things that should never be analyzed in a Harlequin. Not the right aren
Very un-PC novel with lots of angst. I found the H really creepy for about 60% of the book. But overall a fun read with possessiveness, fights and twists.
wow! when she makes the effort this author writes intense characters and shows real insight into human behaviour. shelved as favourite
if i were married to this type of man, i would run, run, run away as fast as my little legs would carry me!
Eva Clancy
Contains one of best old-Skool lines evah: I bought you, Lisa. And what I buy stays bought.... *shivers*
Yep - it's STILL stupid!
Titre vf : Pourquoi fuir ?
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Sheila Ann Mary Coates Holland
aka Sheila Holland, Sheila Coates, Charlotte Lamb, Sheila Lancaster, Victoria Woolf, Laura Hardy

Sheila Ann Mary Coates was born on 1937 in Essex, England, just before the Second World War in the East End of London. As a child, she was moved from relative to relative to escape the bombings of World War II. Sheila attended the Ursuline Convent for Girls. On leaving scho
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