Book Reviews of Hilltop Tryst (Harlequin Romance, No 3071)

Hilltop Tryst (Harlequin Romance, No 3071)
Hilltop Tryst - Harlequin Romance, No 3071
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN-13: 9780373030712
ISBN-10: 0373030711
Publication Date: 8/1990
Pages: 189
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Beatrice was grateful to have Oliver pick up the pieces when her father's heart attack suddenly turned her world upside down.
And he didn't make impossible demands, even though he was a person of considerable importance in the medical world.
It was only when she turned to Oliver again after her romance with Colin ended that Beatrice realized there was a lot more to Oliver than she'd ever imagined. And she began to wonder how he felt about her. . .
reviewed Hilltop Tryst (Harlequin Romance, No 3071) on + 160 more book reviews
"Safe, solid, reassuring Oliver" Beatrice thought.
She was grateful to have Oliver Latimer on hand to pick up the pieces when her father's heart attack suddenly turned her world upside down.
And he didn't make impossible demands even though he was a person of considerable importance in the medical world.
It was only when she turned to Oliver again after her romance with Colin ended that Beatrice realized there was a lot more to Oliver than she'd ever imagined. And she began to wonder how he felt about her
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Beatrice and Oliver
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This is a re-issue, originally published in paperback in 1990. Another very pleasant tale from Betty Neels where a nice girl, Beatrice, meets a handsome doctor. It takes her the whole book to realize that she is in love with Dr.Oliver Latimer. I sometimes find it frustrating that the hero always waits so long to show his intentions, while leaving the heroine feeling all at sea. I do find that it is refreshing to occasionally read one of Betty Neels' books in contrast to the more sensual books out there today.
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It wasn't her best work. I'd rate it between 2.5-3 stars