A Point of Pride [NOOK Book]

Overview

At eighteen, Casey O’Connor had fallen in love with one of her father’s workmen. She saw their future as wedding bells and happy ever after, but when she realised that she was going to be just another notch on Gil Blake's bedhead her world shattered. Hurting and distraught, she threatened to have him sacked. The next day he’s gone and she discovers that it’s not just her world that’s broken, but her heart.

Six years later, and with her father about to go bankrupt, Gil Blake is ...

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A Point of Pride

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Overview

At eighteen, Casey O’Connor had fallen in love with one of her father’s workmen. She saw their future as wedding bells and happy ever after, but when she realised that she was going to be just another notch on Gil Blake's bedhead her world shattered. Hurting and distraught, she threatened to have him sacked. The next day he’s gone and she discovers that it’s not just her world that’s broken, but her heart.

Six years later, and with her father about to go bankrupt, Gil Blake is back. The attraction is just a powerful, the emotion just as strong, but this is no fairytale reunion. No longer a builder’s labourer, but oozing power and wealth, Gil coldly whistles and Casey – desperate to save her father’s company – is obliged to dance to his tune. And her heart breaks all over again.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045497091
  • Publisher: Liz Fielding
  • Publication date: 12/6/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 82,326
  • File size: 248 KB

Meet the Author

Best-selling author, Liz Fielding, has more than 15 million books in print. She has been nominated seven times for RWA's prestigious RITA award; The Best Man & The Bridesmaid took the prize in 2001 and The Marriage Miracle in 2006. A Family of His Own won the RNA's Romance Prize, and was named Reviewers' Choice Best Harlequin Romance by Romantic Times BOOKreviews in 2005. She has also been given a Lifetime Achievement Award by Romantic Times.

For news and excerpts of her latest releases, visit Liz's Web site at http://www.lizfielding.com. For gossip, competitions, chat and a chance to talk back you'll find her on Twitter @lizfielding and on Facebook.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2014

    Not

    I hate books where all the couple do is fight the whole time. The man was a total jerk to his wife and she kept putting up wirh him. I would not reccommend this book at all.

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    Posted March 22, 2014

    Sweet

    Very sweet.

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