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A Suitable Husband

A Suitable Husband Lukas Tavinor insisted that Jermaine come and nurse her sister Edwina who d been staying chez Tavinor Once installed at Edwina s beck and call Jermaine was peeved to find Lukas had other tasks in min

  • Title: A Suitable Husband
  • Author: Jessica Steele
  • ISBN: 9780373036677
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lukas Tavinor insisted that Jermaine come and nurse her sister Edwina who d been staying chez Tavinor Once installed at Edwina s beck and call, Jermaine was peeved to find Lukas had other tasks in mind for her too like typing up his business reports But working so closely with Lukas, Jermaine soon began to realize he was the kind of man she d dreamed of marrying

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      Published :2019-07-24T06:06:15+00:00

    About "Jessica Steele"

    1. Jessica Steele

      Jessica Steele was born on May 9, 1933 in the elegant Warwickshire town of Royal Leamington Spa She has two super brothers, Colin and George, and a lovely sister, Elizabeth She was a delicate child and missed a lot of school In fact, she left school at aged 14, when she was diagnosed as having tuberculosis At 16, she started work as a junior clerk In 1967, Jessica married with her husband, Peter and within a very short space of time they had moved from her hometown to the lovely area where they now live Their house is built into the side of a hill, and has beautiful views over hills and valleys Her brothers and her sister are very close and she has plenty of nephews and nieces to make up for the fact that she and her husband have no children of their own Both she and her husband are than a little dog oriented, and their current dog is a Staffordshire bull terrier named Florence Florence is gorgeous She loves everybody but, since she is 40 pounds of dynamite and would hurl her boisterous self at everyone she meets given half a chance she has to be restrained as much as possible She is fun.Her husband spurred Jessica on to her writing career, giving her every support while she did what she considers her five year apprenticeship the rejection years while learning how to write She published her first books in 1979 Jessica has tried using a typewriter, but it just doesn t work for her She is much happier writing in longhand, and in actual fact has a dozen or so fountain pens filled and ready to go at the start of any one session A friend has a secretarial agency and, after deciphering Jessica s writing, returns an immaculately typed manuscript To gain authentic background for her books, she has travelled and researched in Greece, Russia, Egypt, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Hong Kong, China and Japan.

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    1. Christmas in the English countryside??This book is among my top ten Harlequin picks of all time. Hero embodies dashing and debonaire, in Cary Grant style. At first, hero believes heroine is a stone, too self-centered to take care of her bedridden sister (who is faking a back injury to stay in his posh home). He falls in love with the supposed B anyway, and soon begins to see the truth.Loved the snow-sledding scene. And when he gave her the Christmas present. Delish!! All HE wants for Christmas i [...]


    2. Very sweet story where the good girl gets her due eventually.The heroine is saddled with a rotten to the core sister who has stolen numerous boyfriends and happens to be daddy's favorite. Her latest escapade is to steal yet another boyfriend, see his wealthier, older brother, and fake a back injury to put the moves on him. No shame for this creature.The H strong-arms the h to take care of the evil one who is furious not to have an open playing field. The hero is smitten and charming, and actuall [...]


    3. Bad guys (in this case gals) need comeuppance! Since they didn’t, only 3 stars.The OM has surprisingly learned from his mistakes, even though he’s a cheater, he’ll never ever cheat in his whole life again. Hero would cut ties with him if he does, but that’s the least of his concern, he did finally grew up.As for the main romance, it was really good and enjoyable. However I couldn’t get past 3 stars mostly because no retribution for the OW.Also there are now THREE people who knows what [...]


    4. Available now as an ebook. I finally read this one and was not disappointed. If you love a besotted hero, a vicious OW, and a HEA (without being too sappy) then I recommend. Especially for JS fans.


    5. So I rushed to read this after Temporary Girlfriend by the same author, was so cute and enjoyable. I liked this one as well but it wasn't as good as the former novel. In this novel, the heroine is a long suffering, martyred younger sister of a whorebag cumdumpster older sister who had started seducing all her boyfriends since she had been 16 ( the heroine ). Jermaine is the heroine and she has been dating this guy, called Ash, for about 3 months. The minute she introduces him to her parents and [...]


    6. Well, I liked the first part of the book more then I likes the second one. In the beginning it was fun to read about naïve girl but then she turned into that TSTL persons. This book is like illustration of the saying that loose all your mind when you fall in love. She knew what her sister was capable of but fell for it all the time. Maybe that's because she was really into Lucas and that clouded her judgment? But near the end she became more and more unreasonable in her guesses. (view spoiler)[ [...]


    7. After finishing the book I realize how far my taste in book shifted. Years ago this kind of book would grab me from H and h's first glance and angsty uncertainties to the end when they "tell all" with "my darling" and "love" strewn all over. This time though I swear i have a headache from lots of eye rolling.Sigh.whoever introduce me to Kate Daniels is at fault bec after her, almost all heroines are lifeless.In fairness the book was well written, the heroine was definitely way better than most h [...]


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