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WHAT SHE DID ON HER SUMMER VACATION
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WHAT SHE DID ON HER SUMMER VACATION
A fierce storm sweeps Melanie to her destiny…
Melanie is regretting her decision to travel to England. A horrible storm is preventing her from finding the manor house where she’s supposed to be staying. Then a marvelous house comes into view. Its owner, David, is kind, and Melanie ends up staying the night. However, David wasn’t the only one staying there—Melanie’s welcome from the twins isn’t so warm, but almost like magic, she is able to get them to open up to her. David is charmed by her empathy and beauty, and so Melanie’s sleepless nights begin…
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- 3.5 a change in the wind 4
- JAB 06/28/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
The heroine is traveling around English Countryside where she ends up lost and on the hero's front doorstep. There's some miscommunication but the heroine is offered a room till the storm blows off. She meets the hero, a photographer turned Lord with the passing of his older brother, now the guardian to his niece and nephew. Apparently, the hero is at his wit's end with their mischief and becoming a Viscount but the heroine turns things around when she listens to why they were doing things in the first place. She makes a positive impression on both kids and hero. The kids show her around and the hero takes her out for fancy dinners. They have the nanny who seems to disappointed the hero not acting like a noble. Days pass and the heroine confesses that he wants the heroine to stay longer because he's fallen for her. So, the heroine stays longer. Next, they go to a party where the hero's "noble" OW comes strutting in. Now, I was seriously surprised at the heroine because when it came to verbal assault, she acted in the same way as the OW. Then the OW invites herself over and the idiot Nanny is all aglow to have a noblewoman with her. In fact, she neglects the kids and spends all her time waiting on the OW's hand and foot. I just wanted say this to the Nanny, "You'd rather work for a snob like the OW then work for the hero who treats you with respect because he doesn't act like your interpretation of noble!!! " Then the OW goes overboard by inviting the hero's mother-in-law. A greedy woman who cares little for her grandkids. However, they get it from a reliable source that the woman's come for money since she spent everything her ex-husband gave in her in the alimony. The hero finally has them sent away but things take a turn for the worse when the grandmother, the nanny, and OW kidnap the kids. The hero can't involve the police because they won't be able to help and the incident will put the hero down as unable to take care of the children in custody court. So, the heroine and hero divide and conquer. The hero goes after the OW and the heroine goes after the grandmother's younger man to find the children's location. Both are able to trick the kidnappers into revealing the children's location. They find them locked in some dirty locker with little air to breathe. They make their promises to the kidnappers of what will happen to them. Then the heroine tells the hero that she's going home to tell her work and family that she's moving out of country. The hero and the kids goes with her since they have to ask an important question. It was a pretty good story.
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