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by Rebecca Winters

eBook The Tycoon's Proposition (Tender Romance) download ISBN: 0263830411
Author: Rebecca Winters
Publisher: Mills & Boon; New Ed edition (2002)
Language: English
ePub: 1457 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Romance

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Look out for Rebecca’s next book, Bride Fit for a Prince (. Since this won’t require you going into the jungle, you won’t need any immunizations. The company will pay for your transportation and hotel. After you hear this message, please phone me at the following number day or night so I can book your flight and make hotel accommodations for you. Terri stood there in shock. She and Richard had been divorced for almost a year, and had been separated six months before that.

Rebecca Winters lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. With canyons and high alpine meadows full of wildflowers, she never runs out of places to explore. They, plus her favourite vacation spots in Europe, often end up as backgrounds for her romance novels because writing is her passion, along with her family and church. Rebecca loves to hear from readers.

Rebecca Winters attended bording school in Lausanne, Switzerland at the . Winters' first novel was published in 1978.

Rebecca Winters attended bording school in Lausanne, Switzerland at the age of 17, where she learned to speak French and met girls from all over the world. It was called By Love Divided, and published under the name Rebecca Burton. As soon as she finished that novel, she started another novel entitled The Loving Season. The Tycoon's Proposition 9 to 5 Harlequin romance (Том 575) Mills & Boon romance Mills and Boon Large Print Series Romance Series Thorndike Harlequin II Romance Thorndike Large Print Harlequin Series. Издание: иллюстрированное, крупный шрифт.

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Bestselling author Rebecca Winters brings us a fast-paced, feel-good romance that tells both sides of the . Rebecca Winters has written over forty-five books for Harlequin Romance® and is an international bestselling author

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Comments: (2)
Dead Samurai
Terri Jeppson has been divorced from her former husband, Richard, for some time. But for all practical purposes the marriage was over even before the honeymoon was finished when Richard revealed his true colors as a self-centered womanizer. Now, out of the blue, Terri receives an urgent telephone call and is told that her husband has been injured in an accident in Ecuador and that she needs to come to him immediately. She is mystified, but agrees to go to him because his employer believes he is still a married man and she does not want to cause problems in case being married was a condition of his employment. When she goes to his darkened hospital room she finds a man wrapped like a mummy who cannot talk because of injuries.

Believing him to be Richard she begins to do all she can to assist him. She soon discovers the man in the bed is not Richard, but since he cannot talk she and the hospital staff cannot learn who he really is. Terri stays and continues to care for him hoping to eventually learn what happened to Richard. Eventually she learns that the man in the bed is Ben Herrick, Richard's employer, and that Richard had been killed in the accident Ben had just barely survived. Surprise! Surprise! Ben and Terri discover they have developed feelings for each other, though neither shares this development with the other.

The story line is interesting, but the reasoning for a "marriage of convenience" between Ben and Terri did not come through as reasonable and believable to me. In addition, I had a hard time accepting the idea of ship longer than four aircraft carriers containing a complete floating city with an airport as base for several large non-helicopter aircraft. The construction cost of such a vessel would be so prohibitive that very few countries could afford it. Add to that the operating costs and we are well into science fiction novel concepts. This was so off the wall that I am surprised Ms. Winters would attach her name to the work. The best I can do is to offer three stars this time around.
Coiron
This book actually held my attention throughout which is rare. The idea of a floating city is not new and plans for ships similar to the one described in this book do exist. The two main characters really did love each other and there was no blackmail or force of any kind. The reason the two main characters got together was not all that far fetched unlike in some romance books. Over all it was an enjoyable read that flowed well