Book Reviews of Leonie's Luck (Kids & Kisses) (Harlequin Romance, No 3351)

Leonie's Luck (Kids & Kisses) (Harlequin Romance, No 3351)
Leonie's Luck - Kids & Kisses - Harlequin Romance, No 3351
Author: Emma Goldrick
ISBN-13: 9780373033515
ISBN-10: 0373033516
Publication Date: 2/1/1995
Pages: 189
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Very quick read but good book.
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Great story, but it's a typical Harlequin. Down on her luck Leonie is in trouble financially and things keep looking more and more grim. She literally runs into Charlie Wheeler who is able and willing to dig her out of trouble, but she refuses everything from him until she has no choice.
From the back of the book:
How dare Charlie Wheeler suggest that she needed a man- for anything! It looked to her like he, and his little daughter, Cecilia, needed the tender loving care that a woman could provide. Cecilia might act tough, but Leonie knew that underneath it all was a vulnerable little girl. Well, maybe Leonie was a little lonely at night...and perhaps Charlie did have deep, dark eyes and a smile that could warm her heart. But in Leonie's experience, men were just plain bad luck- but could that luck be about to change?
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"How dare Charlie Wheeler suggest that she needed a man - for anything! It looked to her like he, and his little daughter Cecilia, needed the tender loving care that a woman could provide. Cecilia might act tough, but Leonie knew that underneath it all was a vulnerable little girl. Well, maybe Leonie was a little lonely at night ... and perhaps Charlie did have deep, dark eyes anda smile that could warm here heart. But in Leonie's experience, men were just plain bad luck - but could that luck be about to change?"
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need to find good homes for my romance books..
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From back cover: How dare Charlie Wheeler suggest that she needed a man -- for anything! It looked to her like he, and his little daughter, Cecelia, needed the tender loving care that a woman could provide. Cecelia might act tough, but Leonie knew that underneath it all was a vulnerable little girl. Well, maybe Leonie was a little lonely at night... and perhapsCharlie did have deep, dark eyes and a smile that could warm her heart. But in Leonie's experience, men were just plain bad luck -- but could that luck be about to change?