Book Reviews of Esmeralda

Esmeralda
Esmeralda
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373512232
ISBN-10: 0373512236
Publication Date: 1/1/2003
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Once again Betty Neels writes a book with a strong mail lead with a Dutch Doctor. Carolina is a middle class girl and Betty always makes you feel very sorry for her.
Someone wrote once a gentle and comfort read an I have to agree with them. All of Betty Neels books are comfort books.
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Book Description
SHE WAS A MOST UNLIKELY BRIDE
Esmeralda Jones was a very nice girl. It seemed to Esmeralda that she was also invisible to the opposite sex. Perhaps the real reason for this was the impaired foot she had struggled with since childhood. When the brilliant surgeon Thimo Bamstra offered to cure her, Esmeralda was over the moon. Thimo also managed to mend her broken heart. Esmeralda had never imagined marriage as part of her future, but now she could dream of little else
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Charming book that is slightly different than Betty Neels' other books. Esmeralda Jones, a nurse with a damaged foot, is infatuated with a money-seeking English doctor when a surgeon, Thimo Bamstra - Dutch, of course! - offers to correct her foot. The Dutchman's many kind gestures perplex Esmeralda while she works hard to recover from surgery so that she can dance with her self-absorbed doctor friend. So why is she lonely when Thimo isn't around?
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About this title: Bewildered by her circumstances, Chelsea was sure she had all her wits, yet she could recall only fleeting images from her past. And her future, embodied by the handsome stranger who was now her husband, seemed no less uncertain. In his powerful embrace she knew dizzying ecstasy, but would his arms provide a safe haven or drag her deeper into swirling danger?