Book Reviews of The Chain of Destiny (Harlequin Romance, No 3053)

The Chain of Destiny (Harlequin Romance, No 3053)
The Chain of Destiny - Harlequin Romance, No 3053
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373030538
ISBN-10: 0373030533
Publication Date: 5/1/1990
Pages: 190
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Nice, pleasant Betty Neels story. The heroine and hero are typical, and likable. The story moves along, and all is well at the end. You can always count on Ms. Neels for a heart-warming story.
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Suzannah and Guy
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Suzannah and Guy
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The heroine of this story is bound and determined to make it on her own. She (unwillingly) accepts help from others. She doesn't know that the man she secretly likes but thinks she doesn't have a chance of ever having a relationship with is there in the background keeping an eye on her. Betty Neels knows how to write a real romance novel based on friendship and trust and not just hormones.
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Alone in the world, without a job.

That was Suzannah Lightfoot's unenviable position when Guy Bowers-Bentinck rescued her. She had to accept his help--though she didn't want to be beholden to such an infuriatingly arrogant man.

"He's so tiresome and ill-tempered and impatient and he must hate the sight of me," Suzannah reflected as fate kept throwing them together.

So it was just as well, she told herself, that she wasn't prepared to join the queue of females wanting to marry him . . .
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WHEN A GIRL IS RESCUED FROM HER LIFE'S TROUBLES BY A ARROGANT MAN. SHE THINKS THAT HE IS ILL-TEMPERED AND IMPATIENT AND HATES THE SITE OF HER
VERY GOOD BOOK
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That was Suzannah Lightfoot's unenviable position when guy Bowers Bentinck rescued her. She had to accept his help, though she didn't want to be beholden to such an infuriatingly arrogant man.
He's so tiresome and ill-timpered and impatient and he must hate the sight of me, Suzannah reflected as fate kept throwing them together. So it was just as well, she told herself, that she wasn't prepared to join the queue of females wanting to marry him