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Sweet love story with some suspense. This was a huge issue for me because it made it difficult for me to really connect with the characters, and feel the connection between them. Inher husband retired from his own computer business and now pursues skeet shooting medals in local, state, national and international competition. In this book, Gabrielle Bennett is 17 or 18 when she meets Marc Stephano,who is in his 20, who saved her life.

Fastword 9 years, she is a successful model when she is hired unknowingly to do an ad for Marc’s company. Swap 9 have, 38 want. I left and came back 2 more times and just couldn’t find what I needed blqyne go on.

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For one I understood why Gabi wanted to hurt Marc from what she thought he did in the past to her, but I didn’t like the fact that she basically wanted to get revenge on Marc by pretending to be involved with his brother. I really enjoyed this book The H is not your typical jerk for tantled of a better word then any of the previous books of hers but I felt that this was an old dated book as there are references here and there of things that makes me think this one was written in the 80’s or early 90’s.

This one was no different. That was how meaningful and poignant that scene was for me. Plus they had a history that just added another layer to the story. It was a surprise but it’s all a good surprise. She falls in love with Marcus even though tangle doesn’t come from the right side of the town. I loved that there were a few flashbacks thrown in just to show their connection and the intensity of the relationship and it made me understand where they both were tanglef from on emotional level in the present time.


Susan and her husband have one son, Blayne Edward, born in One author with three writing names – amazing. Diana Blayne is a pseudonym for author Susan Kyle. Despite the fact that a lot of things went really right in this book, there were some things I didn’t like.

Instead it just made it more complicated and blayhe fit into The scheme of things. I hope you enjoyed it as much as me. She’d been so young but had quickly come to love Marc Stephano with all her heart. Does this mean that more of Diana Blayne’s now known as Diana Palmer will be reissued? So good Reading any book by Diana Palmer is always a pleasure.

It was classic Diana Palmer filled with angst, drama, complications, misunderstandings, deep emotions, passionand intensity. But she still had these intense emotions going on for him. I know he said he didn’t mean some of the words he said, but I wished for every untruth he said that he cleared it up and said what truly felt.

This is was different, then Ms. I know I’ve said this before but books like destimies one was the reason that I fell in love with Diana Palmer and romance in general.

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And it was harsh and undeserved. And speaking of cruel, he was beyond so with some of his harsh words that just struck me in the heart like it did Gaby. If you already Diana Palmer’s novels, or are new to her books, and haven’t read this one, it’s a darn good read, but please be advised that it is indeed a reprint.


He only does the right thing after he has proof that she is truly in danger. Most of Palmer’s writing follows this plot development: With every Diana Palmer book I read, I lose a little more respect for her as an author. Books by Diana Blayne. The drama is there, classic Diana Palmer and I quite like it.

I will cry again. This does not allow for the reality of toxic relationships or the fact that some actions or words can destroy all chance of a future with someone. It was full of suspense and it hooked you from the first page to the last There were multiple misunderstandings between the pair which created all this lovely tension and angst that I really enjoy in a romance.

I wasn’t complaining that there were so many scenes with them in passionate embraces. It was emotional and very intense especially after all these years of build up between them. I was a little worried with the change of location and the type of characters in the book but after a few pages I realized that I should never doubt Diana Palmers’ skill. Once the girl, now a young woman, gets drawn in to a relationship with the wrong guy and finds out about her new job and boss things heat up and then there’s a tragic accident and things heat up with finding out what really happened both in the past and now in the present is what really gets the reader’s juices up and finishes up with a satisfactory conclusion.

It was good to see them come together and become closer.