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Rilliant pediatrician Dr Valentine Seymour Not much Daisy Pelham had to admit Yet his small patients seemed to adore hi. Not one of Betty s best but certainly not her worstI really don t remember having read this before though I suppose I did as I read almost all Betty Neels books I could get my hands onOur Daisy is young untrained and plain Our RBDRich British Doctor is Dr Valentine Seymour The kids in uestion are the 4 year old twin terrors who call Dr Seymour Uncle Val Plot doesn t really matter because hey it s Betty Neels You know there will be a happy ending We get our happy ending but the journey there was not prettyOnly for die hard Neels fans Oil Painting is young untrained and plain Our RBDRich British Doctor Putins Russia is Dr Valentine Seymour The kids Seducida (Esclava victoriana, in uestion are the 4 year old twin terrors who call Dr Seymour Uncle Val Plot doesn t really matter because hey Essential Juices and Smoothies it s Betty Neels You know there will be a happy ending We get our happy ending but the journey there was not prettyOnly for die hard Neels fans

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A Valentine for Daisy Mills Boon Romance

Surely Her Heart Realized He Was Totally Unsuitable Arrogant overbearing and dictatorial What was there to like about b. This one got a little long in the tooth and there were times the heroine s denseness got tiring but this was uintessential Betty so I had to give it 4 stars After all how many heroines would make a skirt out of old curtains consider working at a pig farm take on louts and hooligans instead of calling 999 ride a bicycle to and from work watch somebody else s children 24 X 7 and not get mad when they let you go without even 24 hour notice even when they thought you were the best thing since sliced bead I mean really they never heard of severance payIt took me a few extra days to finish this one but it was well worth the perseverance It s so OTT I found myself laughing out loud and something I really needed to cheer me upI would only recommend this one to true Betty die hard fans If you re out there and missed this one you should give it a try Essential Juices and Smoothies in the tooth and there were times the heroine s denseness got tiring but this was uintessential Betty so I had to give Buttermilk Graffiti it 4 stars After all how many heroines would make a skirt out of old curtains consider working at a pig farm take on louts and hooligans Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink instead of calling 999 ride a bicycle to and from work watch somebody else s children 24 X 7 and not get mad when they let you go without even 24 hour notice even when they thought you were the best thing since sliced bead I mean really they never heard of severance payIt took me a few extra days to finish this one but Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras it was well worth the perseverance It s so OTT I found myself laughing out loud and something I really needed to cheer me upI would only recommend this one to true Betty die hard fans If you re out there and missed this one you should give Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable it a try

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MDaisy was mystified She could only think that perhaps there was another side to him one that he didn't want her to see. Solidly in the Classic Betty Neels categoryReliably romantic in a gentle way comparatively speaking Handmade: Creative Focus in the Age of Distraction in the Classic Betty Neels categoryReliably romantic La ciutat secreta del Toubkal (Gran angular) in a gentle way comparatively speaking


10 thoughts on “A Valentine for Daisy Mills Boon Romance

  1. says:

    This one got a little long in the tooth and there were times the heroine's denseness got tiring but this was uintessential Betty so I had to give it 4 stars After all how many heroines would√ make a skirt out of old curtains√ consider working at a pig farm√ take on louts and hooligans instead of calling 999√ ride a bicycle to and from work√ watch somebody else's children 24 X 7 and not get mad when they let you go witho

  2. says:

    I had been on a Betty Neel book marathon and read several of her books back to back This is one of themThis again is a hospital romance Doesn't start as one but ends up with Daisy eventually working in the hospital where Valentine is

  3. says:

    On my recent reread I was delighted that Daisy is the heroine who a la Scarlett O'Hara transformed a curtain into a dressy skirt And over the RBD recognized it as such and STILL fell in love with her  It is also the one where the

  4. says:

    38 1993This stands out for the following1 That infamous skirt made out of brocadeCURTAIN A la Scarlett O'Hara Awesome resourceful heroine and sister hehe2 Our hero Valentine rubbed Daisy's neck with his thumb This before any love declaration And he got an eyeful of her legs in the emergency room early on then later another encounter of her in her nightie NOT winceyette ones ; The Great Betty is heating things

  5. says:

    Not one of Betty's best but certainly not her worstI really don't remember having read this before though I suppose I did as I read almost all Betty Neels books I could get my hands onOur Daisy is young untrained and plain Our RBDRi

  6. says:

    Sweet as always Classic Betty Neels

  7. says:

    Solidly in the Classic Betty Neels categoryReliably romantic in a gentle way comparatively speaking

  8. says:

    Dr Valentine an excellent pediatrician but not so mannered with adult patients Or is Daisy misjudging him?

  9. says:

    A Valentine for the ReaderLovely story in the best of Neels' style Would like to meet most of the characters in this story so real are they drawn

  10. says:

    No Dutch doctor this timeA great story although I was hesitant when I started reading After the first chapter I loved every bit of the story

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