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The Unmarried Bride By Emma Goldrick The Unmarried Bride Tender loving care Abby started to walk past Selby That s all you need she continued decisively Suddenly his long arm came around her pulling her back until she was facing him What is it that you wa
  • Title: The Unmarried Bride
  • Author: Emma Goldrick
  • ISBN: 9781863865036
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Unmarried Bride By Emma Goldrick Tender loving care Abby started to walk past Selby That s all you need, she continued decisively.Suddenly his long arm came around her, pulling her back until she was facing him What is it that you want she asked impatiently.There was a guileless look on Selby s face A bit of instruction, he told her, tilting her chin upwards He bent further and touched her lip Tender loving care Abby started to walk past Selby That s all you need, she continued decisively.Suddenly his long arm came around her, pulling her back until she was facing him What is it that you want she asked impatiently.There was a guileless look on Selby s face A bit of instruction, he told her, tilting her chin upwards He bent further and touched her lips with his Tender loving care, he whispered.
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      Published :2019-09-06T13:34:28+00:00

    About "Emma Goldrick"

    1. Emma Goldrick

      Emma Goldrick is the penname used by the marriage formed by Emma Elizabeth Jean Sutcliffe, borned 7 February 1923 in Puerto Rico, and Robert N Goldrick, borned on 22 March 1919 in Massachusetts, USA They met in Puerto Rico, where married She was a licensed practical nurse, volunteered with American Red Cross and she taught American Sign Language and he was a career USA military man Thirty years and 4 children later they retired, and in 1980 they started to write in collaboration, and their first novel was accepted and published in 1983 by Mills Boon They continued publishing 40 novels until Robert passed away at 76, in 22 January 1996 After her husband death, she published her last novel and retired Emma Goldrick passed away at 85, in 20 November 2008.

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    1. hmm3.5 stars It was a fun read but the heroine tended to speak to herself A LOT it got annoying at times to listen to her inner dialog It was fun in Silence Speaks for Love by EG where the heroine was mute but here.t quite so attractive.Liked the dog in the book and a particular children s bedtime story that the h makes up about a rabbit in Egypt very cute.felt quite natural and some bits brought a smile to my face I just wish the book had been coherent.



    2. In light of disgusting marital lives of politicians Gary Hart, Clinton, Kennedy, Schwarzenegger, Weiner, and John Edwards , I nearly passed up the chance to read this book I m glad I didn t.I liked how the premise of the story that is, the heroine and a divorced man and his son are forced to share abode in a small island allowed the romance to evolve in a halcyon pace I disliked however how the appearance of the aunt at the eleventh hour managed to save the day it s too contrived As always, I en [...]


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