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A Girl In A Million (Harlequin Romance, No 3315) #2020

A Girl In A Million Harlequin Romance No A Dynamic Consultant And A Student Nurse I m not aware that I am restricted in my actions by anyone or anything Arrogant rich and devastatingly attractive Marius van Houben was the sort of man who w

  • Title: A Girl In A Million (Harlequin Romance, No 3315)
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • ISBN: 9780373033157
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Girl In A Million (Harlequin Romance, No 3315) By Betty Neels, A Dynamic Consultant And A Student Nurse I m not aware that I am restricted in my actions by anyone or anything Arrogant, rich and devastatingly attractive, Marius van Houben was the sort of man who was used to getting his own way He certainly wasn t prepared for Caroline s plainspoken, commonsense approach After all, as a student nurse, both qualities were anA Dynamic Consultant And A Student Nurse I m not aware that I am restricted in my actions by anyone or anything Arrogant, rich and devastatingly attractive, Marius van Houben was the sort of man who was used to getting his own way He certainly wasn t prepared for Caroline s plainspoken, commonsense approach After all, as a student nurse, both qualities were an asset If only Marius thought the same

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    1. Betty Neels British author The great dame of medical romances Born in 1909, she oughta had stock in Mills and Boon She s written oodles of these things More than 100, and all after she retired from nursing Clean stories, profanity free mostly and sex free This particular romance was first published in 1993, and later released in digital format.In Betty s world of romance, every hero is a rich Dutch doctor and every heroine loves nothing better than waking at sunrise, puttering in the garden, and [...]

    2. Student nurse Caroline holidays in Amsterdam and drops off a book as a favour to a colleague The receiver is big handsome Marius van Houben She is so immediately struck down by his masculine charms that she falls over in the gutter outside his house.He brings her inside for a bit of first aid and to advise her to comb her hair He s not at all invested in her she s plain and cheaply dressed And has messy hair.Back at the hospital, Caroline is still thinking about Marius Her friends all sort of im [...]

    3. 4.5 starsAnother amazing feel good book by Betty Neels I loved this one so much, I loved the heroine and her kindness and caring nature, I loved how the hero couldn t get her out of his mind and kept making excuses to take her out, and most of all, I loved little Marc He was such a dear 3 I loved the relationship between Marc and Caroline.Th only thing that put me off and disappointed me was how short and hurried the ending was It wasn t enough Betty s endings are never quite up to the mark When [...]

    4. This book is billed as the The Best of Betty Neels, but I assume by Best Harlequin means Easiest for us to transfer to digital Because this book is far from best of anything I can t believe it was originally published in 1993 The dynamic of the relationship, the medical details, the attitude of the secondary characters, are all like 1953 than 1993 Our introduction to the heroine is when she falls down some steps and injures herself while on holiday in Amsterdam The Dutch hero is there to scoop [...]

    5. Caroline Frisby, orphan and trainee nurse, is on holiday in Amsterdam with her only relative, Aunt Meg As a favor to another student nurse, she delivers a package to a lovely house beside a canal just off the Herengracht As she is leaving, a dark blue Bentley pulls up, catching her attention She falls and gets some scrapes and bruises A tall, blond, handsome man gets out of the Bentley, helps her us, takes her inside the house, introduces himself as Marius van Houben, and tends to her injuries E [...]

    6. TGB delivers again Wonderfully romantic story of a PBN in training who aids in the recovery of the RDD s nephew from a catastrophic head injury Caroline is sweet yet vinegary when roused and Marius who has sworn off entanglements of the finds himself and intrigued by her There are the usual cast of supporting characters, Aunt Meg, little Marc and his parents, the FFRs and various pets, and hospital staff One in particular, Robert who has a loving fianc e in Birminham, befriends Caroline out of [...]

    7. Another feel good book by Betty Neels There is one thing that bugs me about her books though Why do all her lead female characters have to be almost ugly, not plain, not average, but to the point that everyone says to their face, you have no look but you are a good person

    8. I love Betty Neels She is so easy to read There is nothing traumatic, or grim, or crude Just simple people with a simple love story that has no urgency or angst Her books are so comforting.

    9. This is a very nice Neels book, one where both MC s are pleasant people Our heroine is an orphaned nursing student who lives with her Aunt, the hero a RD anesthetist with a female cousin who works with the heroine Despite what the description says, I didn t find him arrogant at all Simply preoccupied at first There s no nasty OW or terrible parent causing trouble, just two people who don t think they have anything in common spending time together and gradually falling in love Sometimes I really [...]

    10. Entre estuvo bien y me gust.El tema del libro, los personajes, la historia y todo estuvo bien, pero no me gust mucho la forma de escribir de la autora, te encandilabas con la lectura y zaz de repente se cambiaba, tiene as como que cortes que se me hicieron feos, y pues igual las declaraciones amorosas me parecieron pff.Como sea, a pesar de todo, no puedo decir que me arrepienta de haberlo le do.

    11. 3.5 upgraded to 4 upon re reading For once our BN hero did not suddenly reveal his feelings only in the last couple of pages I d say around the 80 90% mark Marius realised Caroline was indeed the one girl in a million to make him lose his heart Only to think she and the young doctor from Birmingham are getting married The angst It was great to read about his strong emotions his towering rage when he thought Caroline was going to marry the young doc, his nasty temper held in control, and the he [...]

    12. I really like Marius, the hero I think I like him so much because Betty lets you see into his mind than she does most of her heroes You can see when he first becomes interested in Caroline and you get to watch the romance progress from both points of view I also like that he wasn t the sarcastic sneering type of hero Re read this on openlibrary and will read it many times.

    13. I didn t like the drawings as well as others in the series I also found the story a little odd where he seemed to like her, then he seemed to be still in love with his sister in law, and then it just seemed like he didn t want to be alone and so he proposed.

    14. Nice story Just didnt feel like they connected How could they when the h was cross every single time they interacted

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