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Andeleur He was an impossible man to please So when Lisa heard his mother say You need a wife Adam someone like Lisa she didn't know whether to laugh or to run 3Catching up with adding this one Reread the ending and I remember most of it terrible how soon they can fade Whittal is another old school I enjoy I m very much here for heroes who are only soft likable and loving to this one person who can only see they are indeed soft likable and loving And she does variations on that and does it well his hard cold looks frighten or put her off until they have their dawning realization and then ahh bliss same look but she finally gets the true meaningAlso heightened emotions good spark and usually snappy dialogue with interesting twists and turns of events that aren t tortured in contrivanceThat s a bit of a digression Kids in this one Not too precocious or precious Another woman to be a barrier but she s not a harpy The heroine is nuanced in recovering from a bad accident and the hero if you too look for it and then ahh yes see it falls for her early on and fights it every step Both himself and trying to drag out her response to fall too

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Summer of the Weeping Rain

FEAR KEPT the Weeping MOBI #237 HER FROM STARTING A NEW LIFE At home Lisa would never forget the Summer of PDF or tragic conseuences of her accident a scar and Alas how easily things go wrongA sigh too much a kiss too longAnd there follows a mist and weeping rainAnd life is never the same again Sweet Peril George MacDonald 1858In the blink of an eye a young woman s carefree life is crushed under twisted metal and the deadly impact of machine on asphalt Her young friend is killed instantly One second laughing about upcoming holidays gone the next Her fiance looks upon her scarred skin and broken bones with horror Then and there she takes her engagement ring off her swollen finger and returns it to him He accepts with relief and walks out of her life leaving her to start all over again at a beautiful fairytale like farm lost in the middle of the semi desert region of the Karoo in South Africa with two orphaned charges who heal her as much as she tries to heal them and a man who is about to teach her the real meaning of loveI always like it when romance authors try to challenge the conventional standards of beauty for their heroine or hero These are experiments that don t always work but when they do it definitely makes for a complex interesting storyThe author did an adeuate job of it here with the heroine being a pretty school teacher in her early twenties who had her life mapped out for her before a car accident disfigured her and importantly sent her into uite a paralyzing depressive stateThe post traumatic stress that she suffers from was written pretty credibly and poignantly It was really nice to see her slowly make an emotional recovery with the help of plot moppets who in the manner of the innocent had no trouble seeing her with their hearts rather than their eyes and a charismatic Alpha hero who refused to let himself or her feel sorry for herselfI wish she exhibited a little pepper before turning into a jellyblob in the arms of her beloved and of course the hero just had to heap some cruel jarring comments to her but for Yvonne Whittal he was actually pretty mild and she was not as doormatty as some of her other creationsNothing earth shattering here but a very sweet Vintage nanny employer Harleuin set in the dazzling background of the Karoo desert

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The loss of her fiance A job on of the Weeping PDF #202 a distant Karoo farm offered a solution Unfortunately the job meant working for the devastating Adam V This book s main theme in four words HOLY SEXUAL HARASSMENT BATMANUsually I hate these cheap Harleuin Romance novels technically I read this one as the original hardcover Mills Boon edition I read them because I know I will hate them The horror of them is what draws me in Hmmm I wonder how bad can it getThis book wasnot that bad Formulaic of course It takes place in the Karoo region of South Africa in the veld It amuses me that the cover of the book shows the house sitting in a lush green paradise while The Mister sits on his horse in a pool of water I looked up the Karoo thank you internet and you know what it looks like Like Ira as shown in The Hurt Locker Lush and green NOIn this book Lisa actually has a reason for acting like an idiot around The Man The impetus for her taking a job as a nanny on a remote sheep farm comes from a devastating car accident which scarred her face makes her walk with a limp and need a cane and led to the end of her engagement A friend of hers was killed and she suffers psychologically from the memories of the accident and the break up with her fiance She has completely lost her self confidence So at least there is a reason for her behavior The Man runs the sheep farm and prefers to ignore his orphaned nephew and niece as much as possible and the nanny But when one of the children falls down an abandoned well Lisa climbs down after him and takes care of him while the other child runs for help This impresses The Man and he starts showing his interest buying her expensive gifts trying to kiss her She thinks he could not possibly be interested in her in any serious way and tries to fend him off The family next door includes a beautiful and unscarred young woman who plays on Lisa s insecurities in order to scare her off which works for a timeAt least in this one the female character is not portrayed as afraid of men and afraid of sex That is always annoying


10 thoughts on “Summer of the Weeping Rain

  1. says:

    Alas how easily things go wrongA sigh too much a kiss too longAnd there follows a mist and weeping rainAnd life is never the same again Sweet Peril George MacDonald 1858In the blink of an eye a young woman's carefree life is crushed under twisted metal and the deadly impact of machine on asphalt Her young friend is killed instantly One second laughing about upcoming holidays gone the next Her fiance looks upon her scarred skin and broken

  2. says:

    3 12 starsFor readers who like to know where titles come from Yvonne Whittal has helpfully included lines from the George MacDonald poem Sweet Peril that inspired her to write this story of a heroine who has been injured in a car accident and rejected by her fiance Alas how easily things go wrongA sigh too much or a kiss too longAnd there follows a mist and a weeping rainAnd life is never the same againThe h's life is certainly never the

  3. says:

    A young woman is recovering from a serious car accident She realizes that her fiancé is horrified at being saddled with a

  4. says:

    Pretty good old school romance Written in 1979 and the book is a bit dated in spots There's a slam or two against women's lib And really the hero had no concept of no means no But we're just talking punishing kisses here This book is totally clean as is usual for HRs of this periodI liked the characters The he

  5. says:

    FEAR KEPT HER FROM STARTING A NEW LIFE At home Lisa would never forget the tragic conseuences of her accident a scar and the loss of her fiance A job on a distant Karoo farm offered a solution Unfortunately the job meant working for the devastating Adam Vandeleur He was an impossible man to please So when Lisa heard his mother say You need a wife Adam someone like Lisa she didn't know whether to laugh or to run

  6. says:

    This book's main theme in four words HOLY SEXUAL HARASSMENT BATMANUsually I hate these cheap Harleuin Romance novels technically I read this one as the original hardcover Mills Boon edition I read them because I know I will

  7. says:

    3Catching up with adding this one Reread the ending and I remember most of it terrible how soon they can fade Whittal is another old school I enjoy I'm very much here for 'heroes who are only soft likable and lovi

  8. says:

    This is my second Yvonne Whittal's book and well it's slightly better than the other one I've readMostly because even though the Hero's a bit un

  9. says:

    Read it a long time ago Typical romance

  10. says:

    Good read about a nanny who falls for her boss He falls hard too but she is too blind to see it plus there is heroine's ex f