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review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB ó ➷ [Reading] ➹ Waiting for Deborah By Betty Neels ➬ – Connecfloor.co.uk Would he ever love herA waif in need of his careThat was obviously how dynamic consultant Sir James Marlow saw Deborah Otherwise why would he bother to keep rescuing her Deborah knew Rah knew it couldn't be because of her looks she had carrot colored hair and no figure Waiting for Epub / to speak of That was the only explanation she could come up with unless he wanted something else from her altogether.

review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Betty Neels was born on September 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 Waiting for Epub / 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.

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  • Lynn Spencer

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahI love Betty Neels' books and this particular novel will be like catnip for anyone who fancies a trip into Neels land Though written and ostensibly set in the 1990s this book has something of a mid 20th century feel to it down to a heroine in her early 20s who hasn't the faintest idea what one does with a computer Indeed even though Betty Neels wrote for Harleuin for several decades her books all have something of a comfortably old fashioned feel to themThose who have read Neels before will recognize some familiar features in this story We have a plucky heroine a very competent and successful older doctor though not a Dutch one this time who of course has loyal retainers who dote on him and a sweet if rather abrupt romance In this case our plucky heroine Deborah has spent years nursing first her mother


  • Pamela Shropshire

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahDeborah Everett is an Araminta with carroty hair but beautiful eyes with a nasty step brother and step sister Her step fath


  • Stephanie

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahIn her uest for independence Deborah meets Dr James Marlow at a job nursing an elderly woman recuperating from a stroke and is slowly taken in by his kindness and concern As she moves from job to job Dr Marlow is always there somehow in the background and picking her up when things go wrong But as Deborah falls for the brooding doctor she begins to wonder whether what he feels for her is a romantic passion or the concern for a lost puppyhttpbookshelfpicksblogspotcom20


  • Allison

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahThe usual one problem after another for the heroine and the hero that we don't get to learn much about I'll give Betty this she sure cr


  • Helen Manning

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahPredictable but very sweet Ms Neel's books are the cosy robes of literature; warm and comforting


  • Bethany Swafford

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahA very sweet romance One of my favorites by this author


  • Heather

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahAh the trials and tribulations of learning shorthand and word processing


  • Marnie

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahThe one where she's a ginger with no employable skills and horrible step siblings who works in various people's homes caring for sickelderly relatives and fails her typing exam; while he's a rich handsome titled English doctor something to do with strokes who owns a 16th century cottage in the country and is always there to rescue her when she's down on her luck


  • Kathy

    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahI found this story a little dark and depressing Our heroine has a really hard time of it She has to deal with some pretty rough situations and gets bounced around a great deal Our hero is a bit too austere and while he wants to give the girl a chance to land on her own two feet because she is very proud I think he waited too long for the final rescue and marriage proposal


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    review Waiting for Deborah Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Waiting for DeborahA Cast of Interesting CharactersWhile the romance portion of the book is uite satisfying the other characters a