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eBook The Colour Of Midnight (Secrets) (Harlequin Presents, No. 1714) ePub

by Robyn Donald

  • ISBN: 0373117140
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Robyn Donald
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin (December 1, 1994)
  • ePub book: 1392 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1743 kb
  • Other: rtf lit lrf azw
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 665

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The Colour of Midnight book. Paperback, Heartsong Presents 186 pages

The Colour of Midnight book. Paperback, Heartsong Presents 186 pages. Published November 24th 1994 by Harlequin (first published June 10th 1994). Re The Colour of Midnight - Robyn Donald turns up the intensity with this one, it is the first book in the HP 1995 Secrets series, a set of six books that are not interconnected, but revolve around the H or h probing into forbidden or secret information. This is the start of two separate HP mini-lines within the HP line up, the next book in the January 1995 line starts the other.

Published November 24th 1994 by Harlequin. Heartsong Presents Paperback, 186 pages. Author(s): Robyn Donald. ISBN: 0373117140 (ISBN13: 9780373117147).

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Robyn Donald cannot remember ever being unable to read. Robyn Donald creates self-sufficient men replete with rock solid confidence

Robyn Donald cannot remember ever being unable to read. She learned the skill at a very early age; and today she claims reading remains one of her greatest pleasures "if not a vice. Robyn Donald creates self-sufficient men replete with rock solid confidence. The women show stamina and fighting spirit. Although no man outright shows preference for non-sexually experienced women over experiencd ones, the women by and large turn out to be inexperienced. This state of being enables men to decide if marriage is a viable option for them. The sexual uninhibitedness of Venetia In "Smoke in the Wind" (1988) leads Ryan to categorize her as promiscuous. I'm Stella's siste. And Minerva Robertson wanted to know why, with everything to live for, Stella had chosen to die. The only person who might be able to give her an answer was wickedly attractive Nick Peveril, Stella's husband. But he wasn't the conventional grieving widower. What was Minerva to make of him? And should she fight the passion she felt for him? Romance Contemporary.

The Colour of Midnight (Secrets, #1) Minerva Robertson wanted to know why, with everything to live for, Stella had chosen to die. The only person who might be able to give her an answer was wickedly attractive Nick Peveril, Stella's husband. (Harlequin Presents, #1714)

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LadyShlak LadyShlak
Good characterization, appealing heroine and wounded hero packed in a different plot structure make for riveting read. Enjoyed the book and will probably re-read it more than once.
Zadora Zadora
Minerva travels into the north of New Zealand to find out why her step-sister Stella killed herself. She isn't exactly helped by Stella's widower, Nick Peveril, who plays the truth very close to his (broad) chest. The story progresses along nicely, with Minerva's investigations going in parallel with her developing relationship with Nick until she gets out of her depth suddenly with both; the truth about Stella effectively killing off what was turning into the love of her life. Nick and Minerva both have some readjusting to do and how they do this and resolve their relationship completes the story.
Araath Araath
Description from the book back cover:

"I'm Stella's sister ..." And Minerva Robertson wanted to know why, with everything to live for, Stella had chosen to end her life. The only person who might be able to give her an answer was wickedly attractive Nick Peveril, Stella's husband. But he wasn't the conventional grieving widower ... What was Minerva to make of him? And should she fight the passion she felt for him?