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Duarte's Child

Lynne Graham ✓ 1 READ

Can still possess her with the slightest touchEmily still loves Duarte but has he brought her back because he loves her or because he loves his son. The lack of communication and the doormat heroine was the major drawback of the book The heroine just taking the blame for everything and feeling guilty all of the time It's downright irritating I guess expecting from a very young heroine to be mature is a lot to ask But after the separation time the heroine got a grip on her and started to fight for herself And the hero was a typical Alpha HP male I can understand his behaviour towards heroine cause he saw the heroine was kissing another man and then later heroine was apologizing for her deed But his cold behaviour and negligence towards heroine were just as bad as other HP heroes Giving 3 stars cause the hero was celibate the time of their separation The plot was engaging and full of dramaThe book was safe The book was full of OMOW drama

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Ut not his wifeNow Duarte has traced Emily and his baby son and brought them back to Portugal He's proud; he wants to keep his wife especially as he. I thought the RVCaravan Limo chase scene was comical the visual in my head made me laugh Easy and fast read Glad the h finally communicated her thoughts and insecurities H kind of clueless a little hard for me to understand why 35 stars

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Only days before she was about to give birth Emily left her husband Duarte de Monteiro She'd heard from a friend that he wanted to keep their baby b. I've had a string of bad reads in a row so I decided to re read a LG I gave 5 stars This is still a dramatic angst fest Love the opening with heroine running away and the bee sting And the OW and OM in cahoots is still a nice mystery to solve but I think LG missed a few opportunities she shouldn't have killed off the hero's dog off pageshe basically dropped the kid with the nanny and there was no family time depictedshe needed hero defending the heroine scenes especially with her own family But those are uibbles If you like a cruel hero and heroine who eventually finds her voice you'll like this oneOriginal reviewThis is a marriage in trouble story with the Portuguese business tycoon hero finally tracking down his shy English Rose wife and six month old son Heroine has been living in a caravan and making her living giving riding lessons The opening is both angsty and turns a bit comical as the hero has to explain himself after the stable owner calls the police The heroine is thwarted from her runaway by a bee sting and the hero has to take her to the emergency room It's a good way for the reader to see that he really cares about the heroine because for the next few chapters he gives her a hard time for her cheating and for depriving him of his child for the first six months of his lifeThe heroine does feel guilty not because she cheated but because she didn't push the artist OM fast enough or stand up for herself when the hero discovered them She also feels bad about leaving but she was terrified he would take her baby once he was born because the hero's PA the wanna be OW gave her a heads up that he was consulting his lawyer in how to get rid of the heroine and keep the babyThe heroine is bundled back to Portugal and their points of contention are resolved one by oneview spoiler The widower hero's ex mother in law mean behavior to the heroine is finally exposed The mystery of the first wife is finally solved She was a cocaine addict and hero didn't love herThe heroine is encouraged to make the house her own and take down the first wife's portraitThe PA is exposed as the one who withheld his calls from the heroineThe PA comes on to the hero and the heroine calls him out The hero realizes he doesn't have a way to defend himself just like the heroine didn't when the artist came on to herThe heroine finally dresses nicely after doing the opposite of the fashion advice the PA gave herThe heroine finally confronts her mean family and discovers that she is a product of her mother's affair which is why everyone resented herThe hero does some investigating and tracks down the artist OM and hauls him and the PA in to tell the heroine how they set her up It's a lovely bit of justiceThe hero apologizes for being an insensitive husband and for not listening I love yous are exchanged HEA hide spoiler


About the Author: Lynne Graham

See this thread for information Lynne Graham was born on July 30 1956 of Irish Scottish parentage She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother She learnt to read at the age of 3 and haven't stopped since thenLynne first met her husband when she was 14 At 15 she wrote her firstbook but it was rejected everywhere Lynne married after she completed adegree at Edinburgh University She started writing again when she was athome with her first child It took several attempts before she sold herfirst book in 1987 and the delight of seeing that first book for sale in thelocal newsagents has never been forgotten Now there are over 10 million ofher books in print worldwideLynne always wanted a large family and has five children Her eldest and heronly natural child is 19 and currently at university Her other fourchildren who are every bit as dear to her heart are adopted She has two9 year olds adopted from Sri Lanka and a 5 and a 3 year old adopted fromGuatemala In Lynne's home there is a rich and diverse cultural mix whichadds a whole extra dimension of interest and discovery to family life Thefamily lives in a country house surrounded by a woodland garden which iswonderfully private The family has two pets Thomas a very large andaffectionate black cat bosses the dog and hunts rabbits The dog is Daisyan adorable but not very bright white West Highland terrier who loves beingchased by the cat At night dog and cat sleep together in front of thekitchen stove Lynne loves gardening cooking collects everything from oldtoys to rock specimens and is crazy about every aspect of Christmas


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