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This time he was part of the problem

Helen was jobless and broke. So naturally Dane Curtis offered to help, as he always had in the past.

"I knew you were a walking disaster area," Dane teased when they reached his farm in Tasmania. "But I didn't expect you'd never grow out of it." Which left Helen little room to reveal her latest predicament.

She no longer had a simple adole

Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Romance #2775, 194 pages
Published July 1986 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited (first published May 1985)
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Jan 11, 2019 marked it as couldnt-get-past-the-sample
The heroine was a hot mess, waiting to be rescued time and time again by the older, savvier, widower hero. Not my kinda story at all :(
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Jun 01, 2013 rated it it was ok
Another 80's Harlequin for me. This one wasn't quite as much of a soap opera. Some of the time, I wasn't sure what the point was. I couldn't really figure out where the tension was coming from. I mean, they probably could have had one conversation and decided it was fine for them to be together, end of story. Instead, the hero is very silent. Says nothing. Sometimes it seems like the only time he comes out of his office is to kiss the heroine, say that shouldn't have happened, and then disappear ...more
May 28, 2011 rated it it was ok
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La historia no iba mal... ¡hasta se acercar al fin! El autor ha hecho un lío terrible, los protagonistas cambian de personalidad del nada y para nada. Hasta el viaje de Dane hacia Melbourne, el hecho de la diferencia de edad entre él y Helen, la amistad de ella con el matrimonio en el pasado, los celos de la bella Marina... todo tenía un sentido en la historia, era parte de ella y de su desarrollo. Después, los protas actuan de manera distinta de la primera parte sin que puedas comprender porque ...more
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Gordon Aalborg was born on February 5, 1942 in Alberta, Canada. He began his writing career as a reporter, columnist and bureau chief at The Edmonton Journal in his native Alberta. He wandered off to Australia in the '70s as a freelance journalist and radio/tv broadcaster.

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