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Meeting in Madrid

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Her future appeared rich with promise

Catherine Royce set out for Madrid, her spirits high. Spain fascinated her, and her new job as tutor to a willful teenager would certainly be challenging!

But she was completely unprepared for the volatile reactions of her young charge's aristocratic family--reactions that were soon followed by damaging accusations.

Nor was she prepared f
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Paperback, Harlequin Romance #2482, 189 pages
Published June 1982 by Harlequin Books (first published September 1979)
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Sandra
Aug 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
Twenty-two-year-old Catherine Royce goes to Madrid to begin a new job as a tutor. She is met at the airport by tall and distinguished looking Jaime de Berceo Madroza. (His niece Teresa is the one she will be tutoring.) He thinks she is way too young for the job, he expected someone much older. Catherine eventually meets the family---the grandmother, Jaime's brother Ramon, and the niece, pretty and headstrong sixteen-year-old Teresa. Catherine gets on well with Teresa and they enjoy the sights of ...more
Sarah Mac
Cute vintage-style HQN. I say 'vintage style' because despite the publishing date MacLeod's prose reads like old-old-school authors -- Burchell, Seale, etc. (Indeed, MacLeod got started in the post-WW2 era alongside the oldest HQN vets.) But that's ok because I tend to like the old-old-school. They're squeaky clean yet (usually) manage to include good characters along with a decent story arc, both of which are sadly lacking in the short-format HQN/HPs after 1990...but I digress.

The hero, Jaime,
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Diana
Jan 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
A lovely fantasy type story. Going abroad to tutor a child and finding love in the rough and sexy uncle. Add an antagonist, the Sister-In-Law who feels threatened. Very nice.
MissKitty
May 13, 2018 rated it it was ok
It had all the potential to be a good story, but somehow didn’t live up to it.

The young heroine goes to Spain to be a tutor to a rebellious Spanish Teenage girl. The H is the uncle and at first thinks she is too young for the job, but rents in the end since there were no other options.

They go to the hacienda where they encounter the evil OW. She is the widowed step-mother of the teen girl. She was married to the older brother of the H and now hopes to marry the H so she can retain control of the
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Rachel Lindemann
Sep 11, 2018 rated it liked it
Oh we're all rich , good-looking, live on a Spanish island villa, and ride horses all day. Sounds rough, where do I sign up?
Fiona Marsden
May 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: People who like sweet romance
Recommended to Fiona by: Author Preference
This is a fairly typical romance set in Spain. The English heroine, Catherine Royce is to be the tutor to a Spanish teenager for twelve months.

The romantic lead is Don Jaime de Berceo Madroza. Cathy almost immediately compares him to the tall lean and very hard Conquistadors of Spain's violent past. Don Jaime is the uncle and guardian of her pupil Teresa. He is a man who has little interest in women after a betrayal in his youth.

In any case, his sister-in-law Lucia, the step-mother of Teresa, h
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Jean Sutherland MacLeod was born in 20 January 1908 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Allen and John MacLeod. Her father, who was a civil engineer, moved with jobs. Her education began at Bearsden Academy, continued in Swansea and ended in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She moved to North Yorkshire, England to marry with Lionel Walton on 1 January 1935, an electricity board executi ...more