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Luc's Revenge
Catherine George
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Luc's Revenge

2.89  ·  Rating Details ·  19 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Not only was Luc Brissac attractive, he was also keen on buying Turret House, Portia's childhood home; the scene of something so traumatic she had blotted it from her memory. But when he took Portia to France as his future bride, the past went with him.
Hardcover, Large Print, 288 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by Mills & Boon (first published February 1999)
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Jan 09, 2016 willaful marked it as dnf  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bye
Call me crazy, but when I pick up a book called Luc's Revenge, I kind of expect there to be a character named Luc who wants some revenge. One out of two ain't good. The best thing about this book was that the blurb on the back -- "French Kiss... of revenge! -- gave me and my husband a great laugh.
Portia is a real estate agent who sells pricey properties to posh clients. She gets a call from Luc, who wants to see a big ugly house by the sea, and she has to go show it to him on the weekend.

So Portia drives down to the house and she’s a bit nervous about the whole thing, because she has a history with that house. Luc picks up on the fact that something is wrong, and Portia agrees to tell him what it is if he agrees to buy the house.

Luc agrees to buy the house.

I executed my first, and arguab
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Jun 07, 2013 Mirabela Maria rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
It started well, I was intrigued to find out the reason for the so called revenge,but then i got so bored with the story I skipped pages untill the last chapter to find out the great mistery and it didn't appeal to me, just plain stupid. I don't recommend this book, skipp it.
Dec 11, 2014 Aluren rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The title was a little misleading it was a typical CG book a lot of food description and misunderstanding and a persistent hero.
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Catherine George was born in a village on the Welsh-English border, where the public library featured largely in her life. Her mother, who looked upon literature as a basic necessity of life, fervently encouraged Catherine's passion for reading, little knowing it would one day motivate her daughter into writing her first novel.

At 18, Catherine met a future Engineer, who had set in a pendant a gold
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