House Of Mirrors By Yvonne Whittal – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. House of Mirrors [Yvonne Whittal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. She never got over her crush on Grant. Liz had become a successful. Title, House of Mirrors Volume of Harlequin Romance. Author, Yvonne Whittal. Publisher, Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, ISBN,
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Maria B rated it it was ok Apr 28, The hero’s past girlfriend comes back and he promptly asks the heroine to make room for her by leaving the home. He needs to make reparation. Because even though these books are targeted towards women, women are doing all the work. Very good read full of angsty and tension.
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Write a customer review. Because if the reader hadn’t realized until that point that the hero doesn’t care for the heroine, the author wanted them to realize it. Believe me, in real life, guys are NOT complicated creatures. The stress of all this and the shock of losing her husband makes her lose her baby. So he basically tells Liz that he needs some time to think things through. Didn’t find what you’re looking for? There’s a problem loading this menu right now.
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I love angst so I loved youse book and I didn’t think the H was that bad and I liked his apology and how he even cried for his sins against our flawless heroine and yea he was a bit of an asshole and a jerk but that’s how I like my heroes! They marry and as the weeks pass they begin to build a foundation for a strong marriage.
But Grant never actually see her the way she wanted it to. I liked how view spoiler [ she set him free with dignity when the OW migrors back to the picture and how she washed her hands off him forever but later, engineers their getting back together when she finds out he realised, almost immediately, his mistake in returning to the OW.
Passion grew as Liz helped Grant recover his zest for life. Heaven only yvonne why I love him, but he’s always been the only man for me. Rosa rated it it was ok May 18, Personally, I couldn’t find any qualities about this H that were nouse wonderful that Here’s another one ,irrors trots off the beaten path.
Her forthrightness, her strength, how she challenges him to overcome his disability and not wallow in self-pity, and her selfless love, I didn’t see doormat, I saw a determined, hopeful and stoic heroine.
Aside from the handling of the plot, the language and writing style is quite good; whihc a Yvonne Whittal book is usually. Grant Battersby is a doctor who was involved in a houe accident. But I don’t need to be helped. I literally wanted to shake the main female character and say what are you doing with this low-life?
Then she finds out the hero mirrirs back to his gloomy ways, wonders maybe he wants her back and devises a plan to lure him to the farmhouse. High on the angst factor which I love. Definitely going to pick up this author’s books soon!
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With Liz’s love and encouragement, Grant heals and is ready to return to his practice. You never know how precious is the thing you have or hold, until you lose it. Learn more about Amazon Prime. What a pathetic excuse for a woman she had no pride or dignity! Now years later, Grant’s back to their small town, heart broken and injured. This is a great book – it should have a higher rating in my opinion.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. He dated her sister, but never noticed the heroine herself. May 27, Fre06 Begum rated it it was ok.
Finally a mutual friend to her and Grant shows up pleading for her to help Grant. But when he discarded Liz easily view spoiler Definite keeper. View all 19 comments. House of Mirrors Volume of Harlequin Romance. Often in these 80’s romances we know the hero’s truly tortured and remorseful of his behaviour because he becomes reclusive and drinks himself into oblivion.
I love this book, and I have no complaints at all. I think that his behaviour at the beginning of their marriage clearly proved he cared and so I can believe he’s seen the light. I thought, finally the heroine will grow a backbone from here and we get a good grovelling from the hero.