REVIEW ↠ APOLLONUTS.CO.UK Ø Mary BurchellRe blind and your freaky stalker is worming her way
Into Your Life Lying And Dissembling Forging Documents And Youyour life lying and dissembling forging documents and you t escape You can t ever escape Because you and she and this plot are all so fucked p that even when you get your sight back you decide you love her This is the third in the Warrender series and not a re read for me I don t ever remember reading this one It s a tale of the heroine s lies causing her harm than good Since I really have a hard time with lies I was nervous throughout the whole story which took away my enjoyment of the budding romance Still it s an intriguing set Asylum and Other Stories up and one I won t forgetHeroine is a pianist who is toldite brutally by the master pianist hero at her school examination that she played like an automation and she would never make it on stage Heroine is crushed and throws herself into a secretarial course About six months after Banana Fish, Tome 14 : uitting music the heroine starts to go to concerts and she finds herself seeking out the hero s concerts Sheietly stalks him and eventually goes to his manor house out in the country It s while she is crossing the road that the accident happens Hero s distinctive white car comes down the lane She freezes He swerves to avoid her skids on a patch of oil and hits a tree He is blinded by the impact Heroine runs for help and then runs away full of guilt When her secretarial agency says that the hero will need a secretary who knows about music to help him she nervously goes to himview spoiler Hero is obsessed with finding the girl who he failed and who caused his accident He goes so far as to ask for the list of names he failed Heroine retypes the list that had her name on it Besides lying the heroine does actually help the hero She coaxes him to play again and once he realizes he can continue on with his career he s a lot less moody and a lot interested in the heroine personally There s an OW next door who guesses the truth and blackmails the
heroine into promising she won t get personal with the hero andinto promising she won t get personal with the hero and leave as soon as his career is back in order To do this the heroine has to lie again and say she s married Oscar Warrender turns Cirsova (Issue up to offer a series of concerts to the hero and to look penetratingly into the heroine s eyes andncover the truth Her secrets are safe with him and he encourages her to pursue her career in music because now that she has suffered she is a better pianist The hero does some concerts runs into a door blindness is reversed He realizes who the heroine is it s okay because he loves her and he s glad she s not really married HEA hide spoiler Old school romances have such a delightful wit and charm to itSuch sophistication and maturity to the characters Ah When Hero realizes who the Heroine really is view spoilerhe lets go of the past focusing on what all good she has done for him rather than holding on to accidents and misunderstandings hide spoiler 35 starsIt has a bit angst and drama than other books in this series Still an enjoyable read I wondered about his obsession with the girl who caused his accident and if he was attracted to her like a moth to the light as it seems she was He was seeking her in all his concerts Nuestra propuesta inconclusa. Ecuador-Perú unconsciously afterall What can I say I fell in love with the story as well. Seem that fate has other ideas and the tables areickly turned making Antoinette the innocent cause of the accident that in destroying Lewis Freemont’s sight destroys his career as well Subdued by his debilitating condition and the knowledge that he will never play the piano again Lewis ickly becomes a shell of his former self Horrified and remorseful when Antoinette gets a chance to make some sor. I ite enjoyed this one even if the hero was at one
POINT A LITTLE ROUGHER THAN Ia little rougher than I like ite mild compared to the some of the later by later I of course mean 1975 1983 I make it a general rule to never read any Harleuin originally published after 1983 books I think he was grabbing at the heroine s wrists to prevent her from leaving the room or something that s all Such scenes always make me raise my eyebrows a bit but not too much in this case In any event after all these months of spice I find that I m in the mood for some sugar and that I generally like a little spice with my sugar not a little sugar with my spice So after going off of bodice rippers I am now going off sex oriented Harleuins I am in the mood for a few books like this one books so clean you could eat off them secular books that is and trying to discover some of the older books as well No doubt I ll being dutifully diving into FORBIDDEN FIRE within the next week or so however I can t get enough of jealous heroes It s a beautiful
love story For all Lewis s fault he s a fair man And it showed in the way hestory For all Lewis s fault he s a fair man And it showed in the way he Toni s truth Too bad we didn t get to read his point of view Maybe he s always been fascinated by her and his love for her was stronger than any grudges he hadI like how strong Toni was Yes she made mistakes and her spiralling down her own web of lies was saddening but she trudged on first because of her guilt then because of her loveI really like them as a couple ARRGHH Read this That s the strangest and most macabre thing It started oh months ago when I adjudicated at a big music exam Among the candidates was a girl her techniue was ite outstanding but beyond that there was nothing Absolutely nothing She had no real music in her I told her so frankly and advised her not to flatter herself that she would ever be a concert performer in a million yearsAnyway I forgot all about her after that And then one evening she turned The Very First Christmas Stocking the Gifts of the 7 Coins up at a concert I didn t recognize her at first I mean I couldn t think who she was I just knew that I knew her I think I smiled at her Anyway she smiled at me Then she began to haunt me She was at every concert at which I appeared sometimes in the front sometimes on the platformAnd then I was driving home perhaps a little too fast for country roads There s a crossroads near here I came round the bend full tilt and you ll hardly believe it she was standing there bang in the middle of the road I avoided her by a miracle but the car went into a spin And then I crashed into a tree and that was it She d had her revenge all right The hero Lewis Freeman got blinded in this accident And to whom is he telling this weird and disturbing taleTo Antoinette Burney the very girl inestion who is currently posing as his nursesecretary as he can t recognise her now he s blindSounds like a stalker horror flick right Wrong This Twisted (LOST, unbelievably sick and ghastly scenario is in fact a romance If you re notnnerved enough by the above he later asks her You aren t just a persistent fan pretending to be a good secretary in order to push your way into my private life and make a nuisance of yourself are you Yes That s exactly what she is Lewis and you should run RUN FOR THE HILLS Except you can t can you Because you. Antoinette Burney a than promising music student is disappointed and furious when the famous concert pianist Lewis Freemont fails her in an exam To make matters worse he tells her forthrightly that she will never make the grade as a professional pianist Her hopes and dreams of success and notoriety are all destroyed in a single blow She doesn’t think she’ll ever be able to forgive himBut it would. ,
As with the author I can t believe that
I WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO FINDwas lucky enough to find book I was looking for another authors book when I typed in the wrong title and found myself staring at the cover Hmmsomething new I guess I had thought to myself and decided it would not hurt to give it a go The short summary sold me and I found myself endlessly looking for a copy of the book I will say it was one of the best romance story that I have ever read Toni short for Antoinette has always admire Lewis Freemont from far as a fan of his musical talent as she herself plays the piano Upon meeting him the for the very first time in person Lewis fails Toni in her music exam telling her she has no emotion whatsoever in her music but that does not stop Toni from idolizing Lewis as one of the best pianist although she decides to give p on her music career As luck would have it the table are turned when Toni somewhat caused Lewis to lose his eyesite and Toni ends p with an offer to become his secretary for Toni felt it was only right for her to make amends even though she was not to blame for the accident that caused Lewis to lose his eyesite Slowly Toni and Lewis finds themselves drawn together in way than just their love for music Although Toni knew that Lewis blames her for the accident which he does not know that she is his secretary she falls in love with him while trying to bring him back from the depth of despair Lewis who has lost his eyesite relys heavely on his sense of hearing and feeling to decide who is truly cares for him and for whom he cares for most I did not cry nor laughed out loud but I found myself falling in love and when a story is able to make me fall in love in such subtle waywell it is a story worth keeping foreverMary Burchell did a beautiful job with this story by touching pon what Toni felt and how such love can come from a something as delicate as a small touch to the voices of a person This is a beautiful story and I have no objection to giving it 5 starsMy favoirte line in the story from Lewis to Toniit s a poor day when I don t have you somewhere around me This is a good addition to the Warrender series Anthea and Oscar play a prevalent role here than in other books in the series Except of course for their very own story in A Song Begins Their chemistry is always electric Every time I get a glimpse of them together I can t help but smile Though this is a very compelling read that had me on tenterhooks for most of the book I only gave it 3 stars I just couldn t forgive the hero view
spoiler and his obsessiv Mary Burchell is almost always a good read Herand his obsessiv Mary Burchell is almost always a good read Her are always capable talented and worthy Altho often as in this case they give in to an impulse to deceive the H for a very worthy cause and then have to deal with the guilt and conseuences Which of course provides the obstacle to the HEA and a reason for the story This is a great romance It has just enough angst it has a marginally evil OW and has a tender love story with a major obstacle to overcome her deception 33 starsThis was recommended to me by Minesha thank you so much First off I want to say for being first published in 1967 the lack of sexist or racist remarks I girded my loins for was amazingly absent So bravo But T of amends by becoming Lewis’s secretary she seizes it with both handsJust when she thought life couldn’t get any complicated Antoinette soon finds herself falling in love with the man that only a few weeks ago she despised But what will Lewis do when as inevitably he must he discovers who she really isFull of hope and broken dreams When Love is Blind is a heartfelt tale about never giving p. .