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The Longest Pleasure

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NEVER SAY NEVER

It was her grandmother's death that drew Helen Michaels back to Castle Howarth and the man who had shattered her world ten years ago—the man she still despised.

Rafe Fleming followed in his father's footsteps and was now the overseer of the magnificent mansion. He was the only reason Helen's visits had been so infrequent. How she hated him—and hated herself
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Paperback, 383 pages
Published January 1st 1987 by Worldwide Library (first published August 8th 1986)
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Choc
Sep 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved the angst, the repartee, the fact that they had known each other since childhoood and all the pent-up passion in this book. Anne Mather is in her element when she writes about Alpha males and the strong women they love! <3!
Tia
May 20, 2011 rated it really liked it
The hero and heroine didn't like each other, which I firmly believe because they were so similar and trying to fight against the passion they both felt towards each other. When the heroine returned because her grandmother left her things in her will, it was to find out she must marry the hero in order own the castle. But that was absurd, wasn't it? Great read. Love the bickering.
Sneha
Jun 01, 2015 rated it did not like it
The heroine was infuriating!!! She has a crush on the guy as a teenager, things do not go well as she wants them to and she hates him ever since. She moves away from her grandmother to be independent in London, her death brings her back to the family mansion and she is dismayed to learn that the estate has been left to him unless she married him.
It is amazing that she contributed every bad instance to him, she snapped and snarled, accused everyone of falling under his spell. After all the work
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JadedlilFecker
May 09, 2012 marked it as to-read
The Longest Pleasure... apparently these people haven't had jumbo sized drumsticks.
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Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England. She had writtenall through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the storieschanging from children's adventures to torrid gypsy passions. Her motherused to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became toountidy, and dispose of them!

Mildred has always wanted to write - which is not to say she has alwayswanted to b
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