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Living Next Door to Alex
     

Living Next Door to Alex

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by Catherine George
 

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At close quarters…

When Alexander Mackenzie III arrived to decide the fate of the manor house where Sarah was housekeeper, she prepared herself for the worst. However, Alex was instantly enchanted by the property—and, it seemed, by Sarah—and quickly moved into the neighboring cottage to hers.

Sarah knew that

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At close quarters…

When Alexander Mackenzie III arrived to decide the fate of the manor house where Sarah was housekeeper, she prepared herself for the worst. However, Alex was instantly enchanted by the property—and, it seemed, by Sarah—and quickly moved into the neighboring cottage to hers.

Sarah knew that most women would have given anything to have such a handsome, wealthy man arrive on their doorstep, but she also knew of Alex's string of past affairs. She'd live side by side with Alex, but she was determined that he wouldn't become her lover-next-door!

"Catherine George…keeps readers thoroughly entranced."
Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459270114
Publisher:
Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Romance 90s
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
321,646
File size:
491 KB

Meet the Author

Catherine George was born in Wales, and early on developed a passion for reading which eventually fuelled her compulsion to write. Marriage to an engineer led to nine years in Brazil, but on his later travels the education of her son and daughter kept her in the UK. And, instead of constant reading to pass her lonely evenings, she began to write the first of her romantic novels. When not writing and reading she loves to cook, listen to opera, and browse in antiques shops.

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Living Next Door to Alex 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 16 days ago
When a man has mucked up a relationship by failing to convey the depth of his feelings to his chosen lady, the author should not reward that man by putting the heroine in the wrong. If the hero subsequently plots to make his lady jealous, an author of romance novels who understands the expectations of her readers has no business validating said hero's perfidy by making the heroine ridiculous. Women react in one of two ways under the influence of jealousy. The first is to lose the temper and confront either the hero or the other woman. (Rarely the better solution.) The second is to run, emotionally, to an unreachable place. This book would have been even more enjoyable to female readers if the adverse consequences of his dastardly behavior had been brought home more forcibly to the erring hero. We needed an "Oh, no!" epiphany, some satisfyingly panicked effort to dig himself out of the hole he had made, and considerable groveling to finish things off. I love this author's stories, but I hate when she makes her heroines the butt of a joke.