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The Fifth Day of Christmas. Learning to trust again wasn’t easy for either of them. PaperbackBest of Betty Neels Collectionpages. A sweet and delightful book!
Jason is a frequent visitor to his friend, Julius, and noting that Tishy is “a very touchy girl”, he tells her not to be “so damned sensitive” and that he’s “ever so safe, like an uncle”. A Dream Came True.
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That’s quite the sweeping indictment of an entire sex, based on one weasel. A Girl in a Million. The quote I used from Pirates of Penzance for yesterday’s trifle would work just as well for this book, so here it is again. A romantic interlude Mostly, I read American and British mysteries and thrillers. A Christmas to Remember. So she knows Julius and Georgie quite well.
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Jason discovers that Karel really loves Mary, Tishy is rude and icy to him – which must be quite the attraction, because he tracks her down at work where Tishy shows her true colors, again, and is shrill, cross and furious. When Jason gets to know her, he assumes an almost paternal air and with some nudging from Georgina they have opportunities to develop a friendship. I predict a ton of make-up implied conjugal relations in their future.
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Jason is a rather different hero for Betty Neels. Who is Tishy riled up at? When Jason Mourik van Nie comes to relieve Julius while he has his holiday, he works with Tishy who is a recovery room nurse in the I’m not sure why, but I got sumer emotional in this one. Her version of poison is to scowl at men who have the temerity to smile at her. Which is precisely what happens when Doctor Jason Mourik van Nie smiles at our gal.
Ring in a Teacup.
Laura rated it liked it Apr 12, Jason drives Tishy home – it’s sort of on his way to Plymouth. Becky rated it it was amazing Oct 14, Sep 16, Monique E. She never sought plaudits and remained a very private person, but it made her very happy to know that she brought such pleasure to so many readers, while herself gaining a quiet joy from spinning her stories. The many pages of proposal and getting together at the end were great.
Quite often those of her fans fortunate enough to visit Holland did use h Ginger Pless rated it really liked it Dec 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Heaven Around the Corner. Britannia All at Sea. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. The hero’s attraction to cold, scowling Tishy also didn’t make a whole lot of sense. Disregard Aunt Maud, she never makes an appearance.
When the war finally ended, lf and her husband were repatriated to Holland. Neels’ heroines tend toward the meek and self-effacing, but the heroines in her best books tend to have spines and good sense.
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I felt there was far too much narration – pages and pages without dialogue, and often the pages of narration held just one paragraph. But sometimes I long for a simpler story with no murders, violence, hatred.
The heroine, Heels called “Tishy” most of the time – gack! Lists with This Book. No wonder he and Mr Marsden clicked so well She said she had a blissfully happy childhood and teenage years.
Squishy, yet occasionally poison. He scoops her up and decides the best place for her is with Julius and Georgina, where they’ll decide how badly the ankle is hurt. Georgie immediately puts her matchmaking cap on and sees hearts and flowers where there are none.