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No Need to Say Goodbye (Harlequin Romance, No 3036)
No Need to Say Goodbye - Harlequin Romance, No 3036
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373030361
ISBN-10: 0373030363
Publication Date: 2/1/1990
Pages: 189
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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She couldn't run away from the truth . . .

Louise Payne had found it difficult raising two sisters and a brother on her meager nurse's salary. So when a sudden windfall left her a charming house, she was thrilled. Then she learned that the perturbing Dr. Aldo van der Linden would be her neighbor.

Louise's composure was nettled by the handsome doctor's blossoming friendship with her marriageable sister, Zoe. But Louise would never stand in the way of her sister's happiness."

Hopelessly, Louise tried to keep some distance between herself and Dr. van der Linden. Avoiding him, however, only made matters worse . . .
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Louise Payne had found it difficult raising two sisters and a brother on her meager nurse's salary. So when a sudden windfall left her a charming house, she was thrilled. Then she learned that the disturbing Dr. Aldo van der Linden would be her neighbor. Louise's composure was nettled by the handsome doctor's blossoming friendship with her marriageable sister Zoe. But Louise would never stand in the way of her sister's happiness.
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Louise and Aldo
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If Louise had ever paused to think about Dr. Aldo van der Linden, it was as a professional colleague rather than as a man. Until the day he chose to involve himself in the affairs of her family and put himself out to be helpful to them. Not that Louise herself was the object of his interest: it was her attractive younger sister, Zoe, who had caught his eye. Aldo would make her a marvelous husband. So why couldn't Louise greet the idea with any enthusiasm? It wasn't as if he meant anything to her, or did he?
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Very good book-I enjoyed it. Neels's caracters are so sweet!