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The Maxton Bequest

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"Money can't buy everything."

That's what Ros told the arrogant Dan Maxton when he tried to buy the run-down Stables she inherited from his grandfather.

Everything she held dear was wrapped up in the studio she'd established there-and she fought tooth and nail to hang on to her principles.

It wasn't easy--especially when she realized whichever way she turned, her future happi
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Romance, #3042, 189 pages
Published February 1st 1990 by Harlequin Books (first published April 1st 1989)
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Jul 25, 2018 rated it it was ok
Two stars, entirely for the dog, Daks. Daks valiantly attempted to encourage, calm and console the h during all of her annoying snits. He also kept trying to insert himself in between the H and the h during the HEA, knowing that H deserved better.
This one was a bit meh to be honest with cardboard cut out stereotype characters. the H was the typical business man who is more or less all money, money, money and our h had experience that basically money is the root of all evil.
Both characters were condescending towards the other and how they managed to fall in lurve is beyond me. out of the 2 characters the H was definitely the better person he was willing to give the h the benefit of the doubt and change his mind when shown a better way. He
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Christopher Robin Nicole was born on 7 December 1930 in Georgetown, British Guiana (now Guyana), where he was raised. He is the son of Jean Dorothy (Logan) and Jack Nicole, a police officer, both Scottish. He studied at Queen's College in Guyana and at Harrison College in Barbados. He was a fellow at the Canadian Bankers Association and a clerk for the Royal Bank of Canada in Georgetown and Nassau ...more