Bride's Bay Resort
Compelled, charmed and compromised!
Mariel loved Bride's Bay Resort, its Sea Island location, its friendly staff. She'd jumped at the offer to translate there againbut soon wished she hadn't. For one thing, working for a security-conscious delegation was no job for a woman with a past. For another, there was Nicholas Leigh, the most commanding, charismatic man Mariel had ever met andfor herthe most dangerous!
From the start a feral and magnetic attraction crackled between them. An affair with a delegate would be indiscreet enough. If Nicholas discovered her carefully covered past, too, it would destroy both their lives. For his sakefor hers, tooMariel had to get out of this man's life . But first she had to break the spell that bound them!
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About the Author
As a child books took Robyn Donald to places far away from her village in Northland, New Zealand. Then, as well as becoming a teacher, marrying and raising two children, she discovered romances and read them voraciously. So much she decided to write one. When her first book was accepted by Harlequin she felt she’d arrived home. Robyn still lives in Northland, using the landscape as a setting for her work. Her life is enriched by friends she’s made among writers and readers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book should have had another title. It was nice that as dedicated as Nick was to Mariel, to find out what he had to do, to win her love, and to be sure that she would marry him, and it was nice for Nick to find out that what Mariel knew about her parents was wrong, and that she could free her conscience to be free enough to love someone enough to marry. This story didn't have enough caring and love, but waited until the end of the story to bring that to the surface. This was the kind of story that dragged out until the end, with a happy ending at last. The chemistry is always there, but if you have a romance novel, hey, develop the love too. There is nothing wrong with developing the love as well as the characters. Ms. Donald is a good writer, but this book could have done better.