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E circumstances she couldn't avoid him It also shouldn't matter that he was engaged to pretty little Imogen but somehow it di Very mediocre Neels Maybe we are supposed to find the abrupt mood swings the arguments the bickering etc entertaining But it got really old really fastI can t actually say it is a bad book but so not to my taste at all If I could this would be 1 12 stars Bleh

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Eleanor remembered Fulk from her childhood and how she had disliked him Now Eleanor was grown up and a nurse and suddenly Ful I love the gentle way Betty Neels weaves her love stories around just the right circumstances for her heroines to fall hopelessly in love Of course her heroes usually already know that the heroines belong to them they just have to be patientIn this one Betty gives us a Scottish heroine who is a nurse in Edinburgh Our hero is a medical Professor from Holland Their fathers were great friends however it s been 20 years since Fulk last visited Eleanor s family he d been sixteen to Eleanor s five He d always had a soft spot for her and she d never forgotten him and how he used to soothe her childish tears Eleanor is a feisty young woman who doesn t appreciate his overwhelming ways and they find themselves always uarreling We of course know it s only a matter of time for these two to figure out just where all these sparks are leading to Ms Neels gives Eleanor a lovely HEA one worthy of a contented sigh জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় know that the heroines belong to them they just have to be patientIn this one Betty gives us a Scottish heroine who is a nurse in Edinburgh Our hero is a medical Professor from Holland Their fathers were great friends however it s been 20 years since Fulk last visited Eleanor s family he d been sixteen to Eleanor s five He d always had a soft spot for her and she d never forgotten him and how he used to soothe her childish tears Eleanor is a feisty young woman who doesn t appreciate his overwhelming ways and they find themselves always uarreling We of course Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin know it s only a matter of time for these two to figure out just where all these sparks are leading to Ms Neels gives Eleanor a lovely HEA one worthy of a contented sigh

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K a consultant was back in her life He hadn't changed a bit still dictorial and overbearing which was a problem because in th Clean sometimes silly Christmas fluff I chortled at the doctor being referred to several times as groovy since the book was written in 1975 There is something comforting about all the tea times pets and garden walks that this British author includes in her romances


10 thoughts on “Roses for Christmas

  1. says:

    I love the gentle way Betty Neels weaves her love stories around just the right circumstances for her heroines to fall hopelessly in love Of course her heroes usually already know that the heroines belong to them they just have to be patientIn this one Betty gives us a Scottish heroine who is a nurse in Edinburgh Our hero is a medical Professor from Holland Their fathers were great friends however it's been 20 years since Fulk last visite

  2. says:

    Another deliciously sweet romance by Betty Neels Betty Neels is like a warm hot chocolate in front a blazing fire on a cold winters day When you are done you feel warm and fuzzy all over

  3. says:

    this is my fav book written by herwhen i visited londonmade sure that i visited a lot of places mentioned in her booksloved

  4. says:

    Eleanor MacFarlane is a beautiful Scottish nurse with a large loving family Her family's home is in the very north of Scotland; her father is a minister and her mother runs a large household consisting of five children There are James Mary Eleanor Margaret and Henry The story opens when an old family friend Fulk van Hensum RDD comes to visit His late father was great friends with Rev MacFarlane Other than this there is no mentio

  5. says:

    Why is it so comforting to read Betty Neels The hero always takes care of everything the girl who is usually coping well on

  6. says:

    Clean sometimes silly Christmas fluff I chortled at the doctor being referred to several times as groovy since the book was written in 1975 There is something comforting about all the tea times pets and garden walks that this British author inc

  7. says:

    Very mediocre Neels Maybe we are supposed to find the abrupt mood swings the arguments the bickering etc entertaining But it got really old really fastI can't actually say it is a bad book but so not to my taste

  8. says:

    3 Stars

  9. says:

    Sweet

  10. says:

    OkayI'm on a Betty Neels' roll Again we have a rich Dutch doctor who falls for a nurse except this time she is pretty and she is Scottish She

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