Book Reviews of A Certain Smile (Harlequin Romance, No 2331)

A Certain Smile (Harlequin Romance, No 2331)
A Certain Smile - Harlequin Romance, No 2331
Author: Marjorie Lewty
ISBN-13: 9780373023318
ISBN-10: 0373023316
Publication Date: 5/1980
Pages: 186
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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IT WAS A WHOLE NEW WORLD FOR AMANDA.... MEETING HER FATHER FOR THE FIRST TIME AT THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN WAS QUITE AN EXPERIENCE FOR AMANDA DAWSON. SHE WAS CATAPULTED FROM LIFE IN A QUIET DEVONSHIRE VILLAGE INTO THE URBANE SOPHISTICATION OF HER FATHER'S WORLD. AMANDA'S FRESH INNOCENCE HAD NOT PREPARED HER FOR WEALTH, TYCOONS, OR WILD PARTIES. NOR WAS SHE PREPARED FOR A MAN LIKE BLAIR CRADDOCK, HER FATHER'S BUSINESS PARTNER. IT WAS EASY TO FALL IN LOVE WITH HIM-BUT HE WAS PLANNING TO AMRRY HIS LOVELY COLLEAGUE, JULIET!
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When Amanda loses her Grandmother her world spirals out of control as she is taken out of the small village she was raised in and plopped down into the opulent world of her business tycoon Father. Bewildered at first by all the changes taking place things begin to brighten in the young girls world when Blair Craddock enters her life in an unexpected and compromising meeting. While character development happened rather fast, its hard not to root for Amanda as the lead 'actress' in the book, and Blair is cast as the protective male heroine. The things I liked were the characters of Amanda, Juliet who was fun and sassy, and Amanda's Father who had better character build up. Some wording was more difficult because of the timing of when the book was published but overall a good romantic harlequin. For more reviews visit my blog: http://booksalicious.blogspot.com/