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The Golden Collar e-book

Author:

Elizabeth Cadell

Language:

English

Category:

Romance

Subcategory:

Contemporary

ePub size:

1312 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Thorndike Pr (January 1, 2000)

Pages:

351

ISBN:

0786222719

The Golden Collar e-book

by Elizabeth Cadell


Elizabeth Violet Cadell (née Vandyke) (10 November 1903 – 9 October 1989) was a 20th-century British writer. Born and raised in Calcutta, she was educated in England.

Elizabeth Violet Cadell (née Vandyke) (10 November 1903 – 9 October 1989) was a 20th-century British writer. In 1928, she married H. D. R. M. Cadell; they had two children. She spent her last years in Portugal. Cadell sometimes used the pseudonym, Harriet Ainsworth.

The Golden Collar book. A typical Elizabeth Cadell book. A sweet story, quirky characters and no surprises. I love her characters and their interactions.

This book offers a fresh and interesting blend of romance and good humor, with a strong feeling of the way of life of Portugal before tourism invaded and changed the country forever.

You are in the Worldwide store. This book offers a fresh and interesting blend of romance and good humor, with a strong feeling of the way of life of Portugal before tourism invaded and changed the country forever. You are in the Worldwide store.

by Elizabeth Cadell (Author), Nikita Garets (Illustrator). As the book begins he is beginning to realize the engagement is a mistake. They have nothing in common, but David was bowled over by her beauty. Unfortunately there is nothing else to her that David can appreciate.

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Elizabeth Violet Cadell, aka Harriet Ainsworth, was born in 1903 in Calcutta, India. During the Great War she studied music in London, but refused a musical career and returned to India where she married and had two children. After she was widowed ten years later, she returned to England. Elizabeth wrote her first book 'My Dear Aunt Flora' during the Second World War in 1946, thereafter producing another 51 light-hearted, humourous and romantic books which won her a faithful readership in England and America

Written by Elizabeth Cadell, Audiobook narrated by Janet Cadell Reynolds.

Written by Elizabeth Cadell, Audiobook narrated by Janet Cadell Reynolds. and also a well-known smuggler. Another superb narration by Elizabeth Cadell’s daughter. By topcatrules on 08-28-19. By: Elizabeth Cadell. Narrated by: Anna Guerrier.

Home Elizabeth CADELL The Golden Collar. SYNOPSIS: "The Golden Collar is about to settle round Henry Eliot's neck in the form of beautiful, spoiled Marly Stoner and her formidably rich father, Sir Bertram. ISBN 10: 0340042591, ISBN 13: 9780340042595.

Although engaged to one of London's most beautiful and wealthy women, Henry finds freedom and love when his fiancee's father sends him to Portugal to purchase land.
Hellmaster
Old favorite light bedside reading.
Gavirus
Read her books as a teenager, good, comfy stories.
Nawenadet
Henry has the perfect life: He has a great job, he's engaged to the boss's gorgeous daughter, and he's living in fashionable London without a care in the world. Then his future father-in-law sends the couple to Portugal to finalize the purchase of the land that will be used to build their continental hideaway. Unfortunately, the owner won't even meet them, much less consent to selling the property. Even more unfortunately, Henry gets stuck with some very unpleasant fellow travelers who his fiancee despises. Worst of all, the daughter of the landowner turns out to hate Henry because she's using the property for her own little childcare center and he has destroyed the children's sand castles by driving right thru them!
This is one of Ms. Cadell's best light romances. She specialized in funny tales about people (mostly English) who are out of place and find themselves gravitating towards the last person in the world they want to meet. The settings are a little dated if you've been to Europe recently but if not you can enjoy a world that was wonderful while it lasted (at least for the privileged class!). If you're at all familiar with romance novel formulas from the '60s, you already know the basic plot from what I gave you above. It doesn't matter - the plot moves quickly, the personalities are engaging, and the settings are marvelous. It's a shame that most of her novels are out of print now, even in England.
Faebei
Henry and his fiancée visit the beachfront property promised them by her father - and try to convince the senhora to sell - with unexpected results. In the land of Prince Henrique the Navigator (son of Portuguese king and his English wife), they come into contact with a different approach to life and it causes them to see each other in new and different ways. First published in 1968, the story describes the changes still in the making in the Algarve as it struggles to retain its culture and joy while sharing in "progress." Delightful to me after a week's visit to Albufeira, Faro, Lisboa, Sagres, Algarve, the setting of the novel.

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