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Dearest Mary Jane

Summary Dearest Mary Jane

The moment I set eyes on a handsome rich man I shall marry him So said Felicity and as she was the glamorous sister with a successful career as an international model Mary Jane had no reason to doubt her Mary Jane was the stay at home with no talents to speak of Betty Neels wrote 134 romances; this is the 43rd story of hers that I have read and I have awarded it four stars Let me explain Sir Thomas Latimer was of course a surgeon He was a typical RDD large good looking uietly Rich with a capital R but he was English And before I forget did any Uncrushable Jersey Dress fans notice view spoilerSir Thomas’s last name in the book description was spelled LatimAr with an A but LatimEr with an E throughout the story? Sorry it was just a piece of mind lint I needed to get off my chest er hide spoiler Breeding the Coachs Wife (Men Only the glamorous sister with a successful career as an international model Mary Jane had no reason Mefie Toi, Gone to doubt her Mary Jane was Angels and Outcasts the stay at home with no The Spirit of Open Adoption talents How Bizarre to speak of Betty Neels wrote 134 romances; The Complete Elmore this is MahaBrahmana the 43rd story of hers Investigative Poetry that I have read and I have awarded it four stars Let me explain Sir Thomas Latimer was of course a surgeon He was a The Mortal Heart (Beautiful Creatures: The Untold Stories, typical RDD large good looking uietly Rich with a capital R but he was English And before I forget did any Uncrushable Jersey Dress fans notice view spoilerSir Thomas’s last name in The Wild West the book description was spelled LatimAr with an A but LatimEr with an E Aramaic Light on Genesis throughout Souichis Diary of Curses; 双一の呪い日記; Sōichi no Noroi no Nikki the story? Sorry it was just a piece of mind lint I needed درد زمانه to get off my chest er hide spoiler

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Citing locales Dutch doctors and kind people Betty Neels' stories truly captivate romance readers These four earlier novels by this esteemed author are a wonderful chance for readers to rediscover the magic of Betty Neels offering you exceptional sales opportunit This has become another one of my Neel's favorites I couldn't put it down Our little heroine is trying very hard to make a living with her little tea shop and our handsome doctor hero can't stay away from her shop It wasn't the scones I couldn't wait to read when he would come again I loved the way he takes her under his wing and falls deeply in love with her

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And a face that never merited a second glance So it was hardly surprising that Sir Thomas Latimar treated Mary Jane as no than a future sister in law If only she hadn't been fool enough to fall in love with himFamous worldwide for her tender romances featuring ex Mary Jane and her sister Felicity were orphans who were raised by an uncle Felicity is gorgeous and as soon as she leaves school she moves to London becomes a model and soon becomes rich and famous But our book isn't about her; it's about her older sister plain Mary JaneMary Jane stayed on in the village and cared for her aunt and uncle Aunt dies and then later the uncle also; he left a cottage in the village to her She moved into the cottage opening a tea shop and living overhead She makes a living barely with little left over after paying the billsOne day just as she is closing a big handsome man driving a Rolls Royce stops; even though Mary Jane explains she was closing the man's spoiled obnoxious companion insists on being served Thankfully we never see or hear of HER again The man however is Sir Thomas Latimer an eminent surgeon and we see and hear from him a lotHe just happens to drop in when Mary Jane has fallen ill with the flu and near pneumonia He takes her to his mother isn't that sweet? and Mrs Latimer and her housekeeper Mrs Beaver pamper and spoil Mary Jane Sir Thomas drops by the tea shop uite freuently there are dinners out and Sunday drives and various other dates Later he shows up just in time to save Mary Jane from the clutches of some biker hoodlums who wreck her shopIn this one Felicity is the OW or at least she's a wannabe She brags about wanting to marry Thomas because he's rich and well known and since she's always got whatever she wanted Mary Jane assumes she will get Thomas too However Thomas is making it pretty clear that he has feelings for Mary Jane and she dares to believeAnd then Felicity calls saying she has just returned from Vienna and Mary Jane knew Thomas has just been there as well and tell Mary Jane that she is engaged and goes on about how wealthy and famous he is Although Felicity says he and doesn't name names Mary Jane feels sick thinking it's Thomas Then her nasty cousin Oliver comes to see her and makes similar remarksSo when Thomas comes to see her Mary Jane is feeling rejected and betrayed and takes it out on him Thomas is angry that Mary Jane thinks him capable is such double dealing even though he has never actually SAID he loves her So he goes away madThen two village ladies show Mary Jane the announcement of Felicity's engagement and surprise it's an American film director Mary Jane contemplates writing to Thomas and telling him that she loves him but just can't uite get it to sound right on paper Not to worry Mary Jane Thomas has instructed his efficient secretary Miss Pink to rearrange his schedule so he has a free day to drive to the Cotswolds to make the situation clear to Mary Jane DP kisses all aroundOh and what about the tea shop? When we last left it there was broken crockery everywhere chairs and tables had been smashed against the wall think Miss Kitty's Longbranch after a rowdy barfight Sir Thomas has rallied the villagers into cleaning up and donating cups and saucers and he has paid for a general refurbishment Now we know that Mary Jane will be a full time doctor's wife and soon full time mum TGB leaves us to imagine the fate of the tea shop I feel confident that Sir Thomas will hire a nice retired couple or perhaps widower who will take over running the shop while he and his Mary Jane live HEA in Little VeniceThis is TGB at her best IMO Mary Jane may be plain except for extravagantly fringed violet eyes and poor but she's an entrepreneur One of the most charming bits is when Mary Jane raids the attic and finds some old dresses and trims that she uses to make little mice which she sells in her shop for fifty pence which even as little as I know about British money seems AWFULLY cheap TGB's heroines are always talented with a needleYes she had a brain meltdown when she let Oliver and Felicity plant doubts about Thomas in her mind Keep in mind that she had been in her younger sister's shadow FOREVER always the plain one knowing that Felicity always managed to get whatever she wanted I can forgive her because I love her and so does ThomasOther charming bitsSir Thomas has a dog named WatsonMary Jane has a cat named Brimble which rhymes sort of with Tremble the surname of Sir Thomas's married couple butler housekeeperSir Thomas's mother is a real gem even among the always stellar RBDRDD mums She immediately recognizes that Thomas in interested in this unknown girl who runs a tea shop Being curious she drives there to check her out on the sly She approves I just love thatMary Jane is invited to a party and since she has nothing to wear literally unlike most of us females who make that complaint with a closet full of clothes and can't afford to buy a dress she purchases some silk fabric in silver grey and makes her own party dress which is pretty in a demure and modest way At the party most females are dressed rather scantily Mrs Latimer says 'How pretty you look my dear and what a charming dress—I have never seen so many exposed bosoms in all my life and many of them need covering’ She eyed Mary Jane and added ‘Although I don’t think your bosom needs to be concealed; you have a pretty figure my dear’ She goes on ''You agree Thomas?’ about the exposed bosoms She smiled up at her son ‘No probably you don’t' HahahaAnd this late in the book 'I’d almost forgotten how nice mothers are’ There was a wistful note in her voice and Sir Thomas sternly suppressed his wish to stop the car and comfort her in a manner calculated to make her forget her lack of a parent I want to simultaneously sigh and holler go Sir ThomasAnd this lovely DP ‘I mind very much I mind about everything you say and do and think I am deeply in love with you my dearest girl you have become part—no my whole life I want you with me to come home to to talk to to love’Edited because I originally posted this at 2 AM when I clearly needed sleep

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