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My Heart's Desire (Harlequin Romance #1988) By Sara Seale My Heart s Desire Harlequin Romance Richard Saracen felt that he owed young Gael Cassella something after all he had persuaded her to sell him the horse on which he had set his heart So when she confided that what she longed for most o
  • Title: My Heart's Desire (Harlequin Romance #1988)
  • Author: Sara Seale
  • ISBN: 9780373019885
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • My Heart's Desire (Harlequin Romance #1988) By Sara Seale Richard Saracen felt that he owed young Gael Cassella something after all, he had persuaded her to sell him the horse on which he had set his heart So when she confided that what she longed for most of all was to go to swinging London he arranged for her to have a winter there Certainly it was all a far cry from the quiet country life Gael had longed to get away fromRichard Saracen felt that he owed young Gael Cassella something after all, he had persuaded her to sell him the horse on which he had set his heart So when she confided that what she longed for most of all was to go to swinging London he arranged for her to have a winter there Certainly it was all a far cry from the quiet country life Gael had longed to get away from but would it make her any happier For she had to admit that she didn t really fit in with the smart society people with whom she was now mixing And worse, she had fallen in love with Richard who was than a little involved with the sophisticated Sally Vayle.
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    About "Sara Seale"

    1. Sara Seale

      Sara Seale was the pseudonym used by Mary Jane MacPherson d 11 March 1974 and or A.D.L MacPherson d 30 October 1978 to published over 45 romance novels from 1932 to 1971 Many of Seale s novels revisited a theme of an orphaned heroine who finds happiness Seale was one of the first Mills Boon s authors published in Germany and the Netherlands and reached the pinnacle of her career in the 1940s and 1950s.

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    1. this was very nice not the hot scorching romance type which i prefer but it works as well they shared a very platonic relationship n it was really very honourable of richard, too sweet in fact he was not attracted 2 her at all not at first sight not even on 2nd sights richard just was very sympathetic as gael was such an adorable child naive, honest, not beautiful nor pretty, even trendy clothes cud not improve her appearance much it was her personality, her honesty n her warmth n witty characte [...]


    2. Gael is one of the most appealing and also credible of Sara Seale s heroines She s only eighteen but a real old soul There s the usual unpalatable Seale guff to present her as even younger than that the endless references to her child like form, and her being a thin little girl But she knows her own mind, she s brilliant with horses, and an amazing gambler.The problem in this book is Richard He s profoundly irritating First, he s a completely useless dilettante who has spent his life living on a [...]


    3. Oh, she is my favorite author without a doubt Most of her stories barely have one kiss that too as an afterthought But in today s world of instant gratification, I find her slow and simmering romances endearing Difficult to move on to another tale without savoring this one enough.Hero finds the girl rather sexually unattractive for the most part, but he is succumbing to her inherent innocence and charm right from the start, albeit without his knowledge.Here the premise is rather thread bare Engl [...]


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