Tycoon's Hidden Heir (Silhouette Desire #1788) [NOOK Book]

Overview

An eye for an eye—that was Mason Knight's motto in the boardroom and the bedroom. And it certainly applied to gold-digging Helena Davies. The ravishing beauty had spent one unforgettable night in his arms…only to marry a much older man the next morning. But, twelve years later, the newly widowed Helena was on his doorstep, claiming her son was really Mason's and she'd do anything to secure his inheritance. Oh, yes, Mason Knight would finally have his revenge….
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Tycoon's Hidden Heir (Silhouette Desire #1788)

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Overview

An eye for an eye—that was Mason Knight's motto in the boardroom and the bedroom. And it certainly applied to gold-digging Helena Davies. The ravishing beauty had spent one unforgettable night in his arms…only to marry a much older man the next morning. But, twelve years later, the newly widowed Helena was on his doorstep, claiming her son was really Mason's and she'd do anything to secure his inheritance. Oh, yes, Mason Knight would finally have his revenge….
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552549414
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 2/1/2000
  • Series: Silhouette Desire Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 197,330
  • File size: 139 KB

Meet the Author

New Zealand-born to Dutch immigrant parents, Yvonne Lindsay always had a deep fascination with the written word (when she wasn't daydreaming!). An avid reader, Yvonne was introduced to the joy of romance books at the age of thirteen by an elderly neighbour. At the age of fifteen, totally inspired by the books she'd read, she tried her hand at her first romance novel (an abysmal attempt which still remains shrouded in dust, somewhere!).

After many scribblings, years, secretarial and sales rep jobs, marriage to her "blind date" hero and two kids later, Yvonne heard the wonderful Harlequin Mills & Boon author Susan Napier speak at a local writer's group. She mentioned Romance Writers of New Zealand and its contact details. At first Yvonne couldn't believe there was a group for people like her but after about a year she plucked up the courage to join RWNZ and spent several years working on the RWNZ committee. For Yvonne, the sheer bliss of meeting with other people with the same dreams and aspirations was indescribable.

Eventually she learned that to really be a writer you had to actually finish a book, so she did and won a few awards along the way, including the Romance Writers of Australia 1999 Emma Darcy Award and the Romance Writers of New Zealand 2004 Clendon Award. After thirteen years of submissions and rejections, Yvonne sold a Silhouette Desire story in 2005—a line she's always loved to read and one she's genuinely thrilled to be a part of.

Yvonne remains a firm believer in the power of love and romance in all walks of life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014

    Mean spirited male

    I'd read the other two books with the Knight brothers and enjoyed, but this one is very hard to like because of the two main characters. Helena is treated horribly time after time by Mason yet she lets him abuse her time and again. Suddenly he realizes he loves her and does a complete about face and of course all is forgiven by Helena. Mason=a mean spirited hard vindictive man and Helena=a doormat. Skip this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2012

    Nice read

    Enjoyed story. Enjoyed characters. Wish a few more things had got settled. But was still enjoyable.

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