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  • Paperback
  • 192
  • Polly Harleuin Romance No 2656
  • Betty Neels
  • English
  • 15 January 2019
  • 9780373026562

10 thoughts on “Polly Harleuin Romance No 2656

  1. says:

    I really loved the family element in this one All the way from the hero's sister to Polly's loving parents to two beautiful wonderfully nice sisters Throw in a charming grandmother and it really is an all in the family kind of romance I enjoyed that we didn't know too much about the hero and that his story was slowly revealed throughout the entire book I liked how we gained insight into his feelings as we learned about him It was an interesting techniue that made me go from disliking him intensely in the beginning of the book to thinking he was sigh worthy by the end Polly was a very strong heroine with pluck courage brains and a whole lot of common sense


  2. says:

    My first book by ‘The Betty’ as my friend Linda said 😜In my younger days I would love this kind of story well I loved everything in my younger days haha A distinguish man take notice of a plain girl who was overlooked by others and makes her feel special Which girl doesn’t?But nowadays even some simple actions makes me think further How could Polly fell in love with the Professor when they only have some minimal conversation and such were usually condescending remarks by him? If these were some sort of bickering then it would makes sense And he didn’t open up about himself just coming and going mysteriouslyAt first I thought this story has a Jane Eyre ish vibe; plainsensible heroin and a much older and prominent hero I was very excited Jane Eyre was the most romantic story that I have read But the similarities ends there unfortunatelyHappy ending for Polly


  3. says:

    loved the story though i felt a genuine lack of chemistry between Polly and Sam i also cud not understand why Sam dragged on his engagement to Deidre when he was very obviously taken by Polly he wud find any excuse to drive her home or back at the hospital he wanted to spend time wid her and then it was revealed dat his engagement had already been broken before Diana's wedding but he did not tell anyone as he did not want to spoil Diana's day


  4. says:

    35 stars Polly Talbot is an intellectual girl fluent in both Greek and Latin She lives in a country village with her family father is a schoolmaster mother is housewife younger in years anyway sisters Cora and Miriam who are pretty social butterflies and younger brother Ben She gets an opportunity to type a manuscript for a local scholar Sir Ronald that compares various aspects of the Greek and Roman worlds and she embarks on this project All too soon Sir Ronald dies of a sudden stroke A grumpy handsome older man Professor Sam Gervis age 36 takes on oversight of the publication of the book and Polly goes to stay at his home to complete her work His younger sister Diana lives with him and she and Polly become friends Professor Gervis is engaged to Dierdre who is described as tall dark skinny horsey faced with beautiful clothes and exuisitely coifed hair Dierdre is rude to Polly and while Polly doesn't like her she is politeWhile working on this project and coming in contact with Professor Gervis often Polly becomes unsettled and unsatisfied with her life She decides to pursue a career and decides on nursing She doesn't yet know that Professor Gervis is a professor of surgery and on the Board of Governors at the hospital where she has arranged to trainSoon Polly has her DR Sam tells her she will never be a nurse Staff Nurse Stockley is mean to her Dierdre continues to be rude when they meet Polly saves one of the babies on the ward by taking him to Sam but Staff Nurse is horrified and chews her out thoroughly Polly finally decides to give up her nursing and goes home Sam comes to her home and is about to make his Declaration and Proposal when he gets a phone call about a block of flats that collapsed and injured a number of babies and children He leaves post haste with Dierdre arriving hard on his heels and telling Polly a whopper that she and Sam are getting married in two daysPolly tells her mother she wants to visit Aunt Maggie in Scotland and leaves on a train She will have to change trains at Crewe Reenter Sam to whom Mrs Talbot tels all Sam hotfoots it to Crewe in spite of having been in surgery all nightSam catches up with Polly in Crewe makes his Declaration in the station PDA ensues When Polly remonstrates Sam for kissing her in the middle of the Crewe station Sam replies that he thought it was paradise I like that Polly is an intellectual I too enjoyed the peek at the first early bit of nurse's training I love Sam's explanation of his grumpiness I loved you to distraction and it's getting worse every minute But at first I didn't uite believe it so I made a kind of smoke screen of ill humour and of coldness Bonus points for one of the nurses whose name is I kid you not Freda Honeybun


  5. says:

    This was a slightly different but still very typical Betty Neels romance Polly is bright with A Levels in Greek and Latin but of course they aren't very useful in a career unless you want to be an academic She can type so she can get occasional jobs typing manuscripts for scholarly old gentlemenSam Gervis is a friend of the elderly professor she works for so when the old man dies midway through her typing his magnum opus Sam takes over and Polly gets to know him his lovely sister Diana and his fiancée DeirdreI loved it when she thought she had escaped from Sam by becoming a nurse only to find he was a Doctor at the hospital she chose for her trainingThis is a sweet romance with obligatory evil Other Woman and barely there HEA Like other readers I would like Happy Ever After on the page but I suppose for Betty it was all about the journey She does often give us glimpses down the track of her happily married couples but not all make the cut


  6. says:

    Betty shines in Polly—what fun this was Heroine Polly herself is charming—maybe not as obviously pretty as her two nice sisters but put her in Laura Ashley as Neels does and watch her bloom The RBD in this one Sam starts off typically grouchy and rude to the heroine but he is soon intrigued as he himself admits and as besotted as our heroine before long How can he not be with their shared interest in dead languages good food uiet country weekends and the fact that she unlike his horrible fiancée is most definitely not flatchested one of many laugh out loud moments when our good doctor acknowledges our heroine’s attributes heePoor Sam has drifted into a “suitable” engagement with the horrible horsey faced clothes hanger Deirdre who everyone from Sam’s sister Diana to his hilarious sharp tongue granny despises Deirdre sees Polly as a threat from day one and does her best to make her feel inferior and belittled Polly mostly tries to ignore her finish as uickly as possible the manuscript she is typing for Sam and generally avoid the good Professor of surgery and his nasty fiancee Polly starts off disliking him for his coldness and rudeness towards her but pretty soon she’s fallen for the good looking fascinating and nice when it counts RBD who is eually enchanted but has to get rid of Deirdre honorably before he can “have a little talk” with PollyPolly decides to become a nursing student once she is done working on the manuscript As fate and Neels would have it she applies at the children’s hospital where Sam is unbeknownst to her a surgeon He goes out of his way to drive her home on weekends have conversations on the ward and in hallways a no no for student nurses with regard to eminent consultants and generally seize all opportunities to spend time with her and her delightful family Neels’ has her usual magic touch in describing the secondary characters and it’s a nice pack of them in this oneThe usual OW meddling misunderstandings and missed opportunities because of the doctor’s insane work schedule keep the two apart and pretty unhappy until the very end when the heroine finally flees with her broken heart and the hero chases her down at the train station clears up misunderstandings makes it clear they’ll be happily raising babies in the not too distant future and kisses her silly in public Just a delight and a nice return to my Betty binge I needed the break but what a great one to come back to Super clean and anachronistic as expected—and one seriously WTF moment when the heroine pretty much convinces the hero’s young female cousin that being a surgeon’s wife is far desirable than being a surgeon herself but that’s Betty The gleam in the hero’s eye when he watches the heroine unashamedly enjoying her food including dessert with lashings of cream of course was sexier than a great many far explicit scenes in other books I’ve read recently A real charmer of a BN novel


  7. says:

    I liked Polly a lot she knows Latin and Greek and wants to do something with her life but she doesn't have much she could train for Lots of fun side characters in the Hero's sister and cousin Polly's two pretty but nice sisters and another doctor at the hospitalWorth reading just for an awesomely hilarious scene where Polly convinces a woman not to become a surgeon because getting married to a surgeon and raising his children would be way better


  8. says:

    Polly is a lovable character Plain face with clever brain Cheerful girl happy with just the way she is Her relationship with the Hero describing how far distance between them Poly just twenty years old and Sam thirty Six with fashionable fianceeVery interesting storyI like it


  9. says:

    It became one of my favourites in Betty Neel's books Also it is little bit different pattern than others so far I read


  10. says:

    This was a delightful story It has the typical Neels rich doctor though not Dutch this time engaged to a rich beautiful nasty young woman In this case the Dr has a fun sister and spunky Grandmother who gently push him toward the girl they think he should marry You can't help but wonder about the intelligence of a Dr who tells a young nursing student You'll never be a nurse but if you're going to read Neels books you have to accept that kind of thing I especially liked Polly who is good at Latin and Greek and willing to work hard but doesn't know what she wants to do with her life She eventually takes up nurses training of course She and her family are very enjoyable and by the end of the book I wished I could read about them


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Polly Harleuin Romance No 2656

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Betty Neels was born on September 15 1910 in Devon to a family with firm roots in the civil service She said she had a blissfully happy childhood and teenage yearsThis stood her in good stead later for the tribulations to come with the Second World War She was sent away to boarding school and then went on to train as a nurse gaining her SRN and SCM that is State Registered Nurse and Stat