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The Fateful Bargain (Best of Betty Neels)
The Fateful Bargain - Best of Betty Neels
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373511761
ISBN-10: 0373511760
Publication Date: 1/1/2002
Pages: 216
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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A deal's a deal, even if it hurts . . .

When English nurse Emily Grenfell struck a bargain with surgeon Sebastian van Tecqx, she never dreamed of what lay ahead. Sebastian promised to operate on her ailing father--if Emily traveled to Holland to care for his invalid sister, Lucillia.

Emily, however, hadn't counted on her patient's exasperatingly frequent tantrums. Nor had she considered the disquieting effect handsome Sebastian would have on her.

Emily wanted the austere doctor to see her as more than just a nurse. And the frequent visits of a certain Dutch beauty did nothing to help her cause . . .
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I recommend this book to anyone
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Another enjoyable Betty Neels book, this time with English nurse Emily Grenfell and Surgeon Sebastian van Tecqx.
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Blurb from the back cover:

"When English nurse Emily Grenfell struck a bargain with surgeon Sebastian van Tecqx, she never dreamed of what lay ahead. Sebastian promised to operate on her ailing father - if Emily travelled to Holland to care for his invalid sister, Lucilla.

"Emily, however, hadn't counted on her patient's exasperatingly frequent tantrums. Nor had she considered the disquieting effect handsome Sebastian would have on her.

"Emily wanted the austere doctor to see her as more than just a nurse. And the frequent visits of a certain Dutch beauty did nothing to help her cause..."
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Good, cosy romance by an author who shines in this genre.
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A deal's a deal, even if it hurts.........
When English nurse Emily grenfell struck a bargain with surgeon Sebastian van Tecqx, she never dreamed of what lay ahead. Sebastian promised to operate on her ailing father, if Emily traveled to Holland to care for his invalid sister, Lucillian. Emily, however, hadn't counted on her patient's exasperatingly frequent tantrums. Not had she considered the disquieting effect handsome Sebastian would have on her. Emily wanted the austere doctor to see her as more than just a nurse. And the frequent visitsof a certain Dutch beauty did nothing to help her cause.........
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Emily and Sebastian
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I've always heard that Betty Neels is excellent. Well, after reading this story I have to agree. The plot is very formulastic, but somehow the words become people and I really enjoyed the story. Very much. Recommend.