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Diana Hamilton
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Wild side.

2.76  ·  Rating details ·  17 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
He was playing judge and jury

Hannah had been only nineteen when she'd first come to London--a beautiful, naive nineteen. She'd fallen madly in love with an exciting man, only to discover he was married. Then there was Eden--no cad, but a weakling, she realized, just before calling off the wedding.

And now the arrogant, insulting Waldo Ross, Eden's older brother, accused her
Published September 9th 1988 by Mills & Boon
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Jun 16, 2009 rated it did not like it
Shelves: romance
To say that Hannah has bad taste in men would be an understatement. Unfortunately, that never changes as the book progresses. We find out that when Hanna first arrives in London she unknowingly dates a married man, but he breaks up with her when she won't sleep with him. Then she decides to date Eden who at first glance is a safe, weak man and they become engaged. She breaks up with him just before their wedding because some of his problems come to light. Then she is stuck fending off the advanc ...more
Diana Dupre
I recognize what the author was doing but I admit to having a hard time finding anyone named Waldo romantic. Once I put his name aside, he was an interesting dilemma in her world. Why do we equate romance with abduction though? Obviously, he didn't have any truly bad intentions which makes it sexy.
Jun 14, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This story has a surreal feel with neurotic characters. Many books in this genre are written in the non-logical, non-common sense style that make the story interesting. I must admit this story kept my interest until the end. The ending is tame and not as believable given all the angst and turmoil of the first 175 pages.
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It was ok but the language and story ending were not good for me.
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Diana Hamilton was born in a English town. Wanting to be a country child, her imagination came into play at an early age, transforming a neighbor’s tree into a forest, a hole in a stone wall into a gingerbread house, a gas puddle into a fairyland, complete with mountains, lakes and flower meadows. She loathed housework but made to do her share, to lessen the boredom, she told herself stories, in a ...more
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