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When author Theo Andreou injures his leg he is told to take some time off to heal. Looking for a nice place to get away from it all, he winds up renting a cottage from a young woman named Sophie Scott. Theo is shocked to find that Sophie looks just like his fiancé that tragically passed away. Will Theo fall for this new woman—or will the pain of the past keep him from getting too close?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages

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Plain and ok 2  2

Okthe plot of the story has done in this in the story particular the hero is a hard working person who has recently lost his fiance and on the orders of a doctor from the stress of the hard work and busy city life the auto the doctor ordered him to go on vacation when he meets heroine. They have a lot of misunderstanding about each other..Cathy Williams was born in the island of Trinidad, the West Indies. She is a great believer in the power of perseverance as she had never written anything before (apart from school essays a lifetime ago!) and from the starting point of zero has now fulfilled her ambition to pursue this most enjoyable of careers. She has been writing Mills & Boon romances since 1990. Her hopes are to continue writing romantic fiction and providing those eternal tales of love and romance for which, she feels, we all strive. She derives inspiration from the hot, lazy tropical island of Trinidad, from the peaceful countryside of middle England and of course from her many friends who are a rich source of plots and are particularly garrulous when it comes to describing Mills & Boon heroes. it's quite good story and it's quite different from all the other stories with writers writing

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alright. 3  3

The hero is workaholic having the worst time of his life: a vacation. It's on doctor's orders to destress and he ends up in the middle of nowhere under the guise of a writer. He meets the heroine and they have a terrible first impression of each other. The hero was rude to the heroine and she bites back with the bonus of never seriously taking his sound advice or his flirting. The hero isn't even sure why he keeps going back to the heroine who he has declared as rude. For the most part, the hero isn't wrong on his some of his advice and theories about the heroine what with her helper wanting to marry her to fulfill his mother's wish for grandchildren. As the hero and heroine banter each other with words more and more, their heated arguments turn to passion. That one hot night sparks a relationship between the two that goes well till one of the hero's lady friends shows up at the door and reveals the hero's true identity and bits of his past like his dead fiancee. Their relationship goes as cold as the snow falling outside and they have a sit down to discuss matters at hand like where their relationship stands. Unfortunately, like their conversation, their relationship ends with hurt feelings filling their hearts. They only see each other again when the heroine goes to the hero to reject his obscene amount of money and we have another fight between the two. The heroine rejecting his money or in his words, "generosity" awes the hero enough to reevaluate everything and comes to one decision. He finds the nearest chopper and goes after the heroine to her hometown. He confesses his love and proposal of marriage twice because the heroine didn't get it and believed it. I was actually impressed with his speech and the heroine was as well because she said yes.

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