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The Gemel Ring (Harlequin Romance, No 1817)
The Gemel Ring - Harlequin Romance, No 1817
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373018178
ISBN-10: 0373018177
Publication Date: 10/1974
Pages: 189
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Charity Dawson rubbed Everard van Tijlen the wrong way but work not romance brought them together.
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Very Good: Small [7 x 4.5] hardback w/gold embossing and a ribbon marker. Includes titles "Winter Loving" by Janice Gray, "The Gemel Ring" by Betty Neels, and "The Whispering Gate" by Mary Wibberley.

While The Gemel Ring follows the usual story-line found in nearly every Neels' book, this one has several twists to it. Charity Dawson was a disturbing influence in Everard van Tijlen's life from the moment they met. Yet, somehow she seemed to be always around, nursing his patients and even his family. The Gemel Ring is a family heirloom that is given to each chosen bride of the van Tijlen family and as long as it remains in the cabinet, Charity still has hope that perhaps Everard might one day give it to her. Yes, all that animosity toward his arrogance and playboy spending was hiding her deeper feelings for him.

WINTER LOVING by Janice Gray - Janice Gray has a unique way of combining vital likable characters with unusual circumstances. WINTER LOVING is typical of how her romantic novels dramatically blends an exciting background and a touch of intrigue into a warm appealing story. Someone had called Rowan "heart-breaker" as a joke in the old days, and Fiona remembered how easily she had laughed. Now there were three women, herself among them, who no longer found it amusing. Rowan had failed and hurt and betrayed them all. So why was she still hopelessly in love with him?

THE WHISPERING GATE by Mary Wibberley - Andrea was an impostor but the subterfuge was well-intention-ed. She had been asked to pose as a long-lost family member to bring happiness to an old man before he died. She wanted nothing, no monetary reward. But that was not the opinion held of her by the embittered Domenic Faro...
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Charity and Everard