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A Very Secret Affair e-book

A Secret Affair (Huxtable. has been added to your Cart. This is a very good book. Prior to reading A Secret Affair, I was a ho-hum fan of Balogh

A Secret Affair (Huxtable. This book has all the things that Mary Balogh books generally have: interesting characters who are not just romance-novel cliches, a plot that relies more on the relationship to drive it forward than on outside villains (as in many of her best books, the villains here are all long-dead), and extremely high quality writing. Prior to reading A Secret Affair, I was a ho-hum fan of Balogh. I think I had previously read another Huxtable novel - can't even recall the title at the moment - but the previous novel had just enough of Constantine Huxtable to intrigue me into reading his story.

BOOKS BY MARY BALOGH THE HUXTABLE SERIES First Comes Marriage Then Comes Seduction At Last Comes Love Seducing an Angel A Secret Affair THE SIMPLY QUARTET Simply. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33. Books by mary balogh. First Comes Marriage. Then Comes Seduction.

Читать бесплатно A Secret Affair Mary Balogh. Текст этой книги доступен онлайн: freedom and the sensual pleasure of a casual amour. He almost always took a lover for the Season. Rarely more than one, and never more than one at a time. Was it, then, that she was too much of an open book, as he had told her at the concert? Everyone knew all about her. Despite the bedroom eyes and the half-smile she kept almost always on her lips, there was no real mystery about the woman, nothing to be uncovered a layer at a time, like the petals of a rose.

A Secret Affair is a 1999 American made-for-television romantic drama film directed by Bobby Roth and starring Janine Turner. It is based on Barbara Taylor Bradford's novel of the same name. Vanessa Stewart (Turner) has the soul of an artist, but her business tycoon father insists that she follow in his footsteps. As a result, Vanessa convinces herself that she wants to be a globetrotting executive, and also that she truly loves the man to whom she is engaged

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He did not return to London the day after the Earl of Merton or even the day after that. But, she discovered after three days, neither did the Duke of Moreland. They were both still out of town. ah found that out when she met the duchess during the afternoon when they were both calling upon Katherine to see if she was still suffering morning sickness. So perhaps he would return after all. The duke certainly would.

Matt Sheffield was a womanizer -- and experience had taught Clare to avoid men like him at all costs. Though the attentions of one of Australia's biggest celebrities were very flattering, Matt wasn't offering Clare anything more than a fleeting affair. She was determined that she wouldn't fall into the same trap twice... no matter what the temptation!
Like this book but felt sorry for main character Clare as she had bad experiences with men. Strong male character, Matt, made me mad at times with his deceptions.

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Men like Matt Sheffield don't often visit the small Outback town of Bangaratta, so when the incredibly sexy actor arrives he creates quite a stir. Particularly when he makes his attentions to the local pharmacist Clare Pride sizzlingly clear!

Bitter experience has taught Clare to avoid men like Matt at all cost -he isn't offering forever, but at most a brief if unforgettable fling. At first Clare fully intends not to be his mistress. However, Matt is a master of persuasion and Clare finds herself increasingly attracted by the prospect of a secret affair....
I agree with the first review that I felt sorry for Clare, the main character. I can't see her accepting Matt's lies (ok, not lies, more like omissions...very important omissions)so easily and just accepting him back with open arms. It needed more groveling before she should've taken him back. Not a chapter of groveling but a few more pages would be nice.

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