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eBook Love Can Wait ePub

by Betty Neels

  • ISBN: 0373158823
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin (January 1, 2001)
  • ePub book: 1912 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1361 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 880

Description

The best of betty neels. She went presently to clear the tea things away, and Lady Cowder looked up from her book to say, ‘The chocolate cake was delicious, Kate.

The best of betty neels. My nephew had two slices. A pity he was unable to stay for dinner.

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"strong" }]} Marriage on his mind? Kate Crosby was determined to be independent. Her dreams were of owning her own catering business, not of marriage and babies! For now, she was happy enough putting her skills into practice as a housekeeper. She certainly wasn’t looking for a husban. ntil Mr James Tait-Bouverie came to visit.

After listening to my mother's remarks about these books, my father's theory is that there is no Betty Neels - just a computer that scrambles the requisite elements (Dutch doctor, downtrodden heroine, assorted cats and dogs, evil fiance who hates children, various calamities, and faithful old family retainers) and spits out a new one.

Love Can Wait When Kate and her mother were left in financial difficulty, she had little choice but to become Lady . Ideas of love and marriage would have to wait-until Lady Cowder's nephew visited. James instantly knew that Kate did not belong "downstairs

Love Can Wait When Kate and her mother were left in financial difficulty, she had little choice but to become Lady Cowde. James instantly knew that Kate did not belong "downstairs. And he also knew he wouldn't be able to stop thinking about her….

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Betty Neels (born 15 September 1909 in Leyton, England – d. 7 June 2001 in England) was a prolific British writer of over 134 romance novels (first publication entirely for Mills & Boon in United Kingdom and later reprinted in the North America . . 7 June 2001 in England) was a prolific British writer of over 134 romance novels (first publication entirely for Mills & Boon in United Kingdom and later reprinted in the North America by Harlequin), beginning in 1969 and continuing until her death. Her work is known for being particularly chaste.

Betty Neels was born in Leyton, England in 1909 and died in 2001 in England. Neels began writing after she retired from her nursing career when she needed something to keep her mind active. Harlequin Romance Fortieth Anniversary Collection: Paradise for Two; Fallen Idol; Both of Them. Margaret Way, Rebecca Winters, Betty Neels. The Second Collection Of 3 Great Novels By Betty Neels.

Richmond, Surrey : Mills & Boon. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.

Her first book, Sister Peters in Amsterdam, was published in 1969, and bydint of often writing four books a year, she eventually completed 134 books. She was always quite firm upon the point that the Dutch doctors whofrequently appeared in her stories were not based upon her husband, butrather upon an amalgam of several of the doctors she met while nursing inHolland.

Comments

Brajind Brajind
This is standard Betty Neels fare. It varies from the usual only in that the heroine is handsome and not burdened with plain looks and mousy brown hair and remarkable eyes. There is the usual wicked stepmother figure in the employer, and a wicked stepsister figure in the god - daughter.
The hero is huge, handsome and wealthy, of course. Neels' is quick to paint her heroines plain, but the hero is always good looking and rich. For some reason he is almost always blond and going grey, even if he is only pushing 40 or is 30-something.

The fun is in seeing how the hero brings everything about to get his girl. This story does not disappoint.
MegaStar MegaStar
The product description describes two stories: First, “Gem of a Girl,” with a description and second “Love Can Wait.” This has the effect of making it appear that one was getting both of these stories in this one volume, when, in fact this is not the case. And I feel rather cheated by what did turn up on my Kindle. It’s like reading a menu description for a layer cake with a chocolate layer and a vanilla layer and being only served the vanilla layer. Any number of Harlequin books do come with two novellas, so it would not be unreasonable to expect that in this case, given the description.

Love Can Wait is a typical Betty Neels story with a hero making things more difficult than he need to because he is a know it all.
Stick Stick
I love all the old fashioned sweet romances by Betty Neels. I read them all many years ago and am now reading them for the 2nd and even 3rd times on my Kindle. She wrote them all on a formula. Usually a romance between a Dutch doctor or professor and an English young lady. There is always some type of conflict that has to be settled before the happily ever after. No violence and no sexual content.
Anaragelv Anaragelv
The story was quite good. It’s that reading “about the book”, I thought there were two stories, but the first one described isn’t here, I don’t know if it exists. The second story described is this book. It’s a lovey story, written to Betty Neels pattern.
Linn Linn
This book had everything I enjoy about a Betty Neels book. Both protagonists were strong personalities. I liked the fact that the hero was caring and you knew early on that he cared about the heroine. He was not sarcastic or unkind to the heroine. I also like her books where there is a caring parent, even when the family is not wealthy. One of favorites.
Quashant Quashant
Loved it. A pretty girl, a nice mother, no nurse but a capable serious young woman with dreams for her future.
Grokinos Grokinos
Typical Betty Neels. Her books never disappoint.
This is a Betty Neels book. If you read Betty Neels, then you want the plot and everything else to be predictable. That is the point. Satisfying in that Betty Neels way. Only 4 stars because it is not "great literature" after all (and not intended to be).