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The Youngest Sister

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Her Prince Charming?

Cressy Vale was the youngest in a family of thin, glamorous, beautiful women. Only, she wasn't thin or glamorous, and only the kindest of souls would ever call her beautiful.

Which was why Nicolas Talbot's interest in her was so surprising. Yet since meeting Cressy he had become a regular knight in shining armor...offering her a place to stay and his und
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ebook, Harlequin Treasury - Harlequin Romance Subscription #367, 256 pages
Published July 2011 by Harlequin Books (first published October 1st 1987)
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MissKitty
Cressy goes to Spain to help an aged aunt. She meets Nicolas on the plane who is more than helpful to her. He offers to driver her around and translate and even offers her his home when her aunt's place is inhabitable. Cressy has an inferiority complex (her mother and sisters are smarter and way more attractive) so she doesn't see herself as lovely or that Nicolas is very attracted to her although all his actions show that he is. As in many of Anne Weale books, the romance is very tepid at best. ...more
Pravana
As is common with earlier books. Places descriptions given in detail. Some of them:
The book starts of with London and proceeds to Majorca.
Description - Majorca was the largest island in a group called the Balearics. Airport is in Palma. Palma to Polensa takes less than an hour.
'Welcome to Mallorca... illa dels vuit vents.. It's Mallorquin for "island of the' eight winds". We've been using wind-power since the fourteenth century, and our eight winds are also the reason so many yachtsmen come he
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ms bookjunkie
Treasure (ha!) of an old skool Harlequin. Engaging, pragmatic heroine and adventurer/writer hero. Familial complications.
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Jay Blakeney
aka Anne Weale, Andrea Blake

Jay Blakeney was born on Juny 20, 1929. Her great-grandfather was a well-known writer on moral theology, so perhaps she inherited her writing gene from him. She was "talking stories" to herself long before she could read. When she was still at school, she sold her first short stories to a woman's magazine and she feels she was destined to write. Decided to b
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