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  1. Kiki Kiki says:

    Note to self Hero is a cheating slimeball He went from the heroine s bed straight to his girlfriend s, no matter WHAT he said He didn t even have enough moral to be faithful to his girlfriend I just wanted to keep as much distance between us as possible, and one way of doing it was to continue seeing Rosalind on occasion because he was forced to marry the girl he has been lusting after.Yes that makes SO much sense And she was the injured party in this too So her grandfather forced her to Note to self Hero is a cheating slimeball He went from the heroine s bed straight to his girlfriend s, no matter WHAT he said He didn t even have enough moral to be faithful to his girlfriend I just wanted to keep as much distance between us as possible, and one way of doing it was to continue seeing Rosalind on occasion because he was forced to marry the girl he has been lusting after.Yes that makes SO much sense And she was the injured party in this too So her grandfather forced her to marry this slimeball wasn t punishment enough, he had to dangle the OW, cheat on her, seduce her and punish her for his stepfather s sins.Whereas, he s forced to married her, gets his inheritance, gets a human punchbag, gets a wife he can mindlessly screw AND gets to keep his OW.So please tell me who wins, and is this guy forgivable


  2. Alexis-Morgan Roark Alexis-Morgan Roark says:

    Let me start this review by sayinghuh I was left wondering many things while reading this book Old grandpa messes up BIG TIME and inadvertently causes the death of his OWN SON, waits until contacted by the MOTHER OF HIS GRANDCHILD before he reaches out then slams said granddaughter with the stipulation of marriage to his stepson BEFORE he will help out her sick mama Okaaayyy Did the hero only go out with the former current girlfriend, Rosalind, or did he do the deed Seconds, lite Let me start this review by sayinghuh I was left wondering many things while reading this book Old grandpa messes up BIG TIME and inadvertently causes the death of his OWN SON, waits until contacted by the MOTHER OF HIS GRANDCHILD before he reaches out then slams said granddaughter with the stipulation of marriage to his stepson BEFORE he will help out her sick mama Okaaayyy Did the hero only go out with the former current girlfriend, Rosalind, or did he do the deed Seconds, literally, from consummation and the phone rings the heroine answers THINKING it might be the hospital with news of her sick ma ma it s the former current girlfriend huskily asking for the hero the heroine, shockingly, no longer feels very amorous after the hero finishes the callAND THE HERO CALLS HER FRIGID OkaayyyyThese are just three of many questions that I have in this angsty little read At times, it felt like her editors gave her a copy of a Diana Palmer book and said, Belike this Of course, I think jerk is a common character trait of the heroes of these earlier novels.I said that bit about DP because it just seemed like the hero s reactions were NOT really true to how I felt his character was being portrayed I know I m not making sense, but that s just how this book has left me feeling.I feel a re read coming on


  3. Onu Onu says:

    I started this with zero expectations But it was surprisingly good It had a good story unlike most of the modern HPs Angsty goodness The heroine was snarky, immature and plain annoying Quite childish when she just couldn t let the bygones be bygones The hero though at times was cruel to the heroine, I could sympathize with him You could make out that the hero liked the heroine right from the beginning He was a sensitive and responsible man I am ready to forgive his cruel words, words s I started this with zero expectations But it was surprisingly good It had a good story unlike most of the modern HPs Angsty goodness The heroine was snarky, immature and plain annoying Quite childish when she just couldn t let the bygones be bygones The hero though at times was cruel to the heroine, I could sympathize with him You could make out that the hero liked the heroine right from the beginning He was a sensitive and responsible man I am ready to forgive his cruel words, words spoken in rage He was a likeable characterJust goes on to show you don t always need a billionaire tycoon, sex and a secret baby to fill up the pages Not a bad book We all have read worse Typical HP Begins with forced blackmailed marriage But everything is sorted and we get a HEA


  4. Reader& Reader& says:

    HOW MUCH COULD JULIE FORGIVE Julie Barclay secretly married Blaise Richards, a man she hardly knew, in return for the cost of an operation which would save her mother s life.Andrew Barclay, her wealthy grandfather, made this match as penance for a sin he had committed almost twenty two years earlier, but Julie would never forgive the man.Haunted by a strange yearning for Blaise, tormented by Blaise s girl friend, Rosalind, pursued by her ex fiance, Duane, Julie had to consider a second marriage HOW MUCH COULD JULIE FORGIVE Julie Barclay secretly married Blaise Richards, a man she hardly knew, in return for the cost of an operation which would save her mother s life.Andrew Barclay, her wealthy grandfather, made this match as penance for a sin he had committed almost twenty two years earlier, but Julie would never forgive the man.Haunted by a strange yearning for Blaise, tormented by Blaise s girl friend, Rosalind, pursued by her ex fiance, Duane, Julie had to consider a second marriage while the first one still remained a secret


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Storm's End ⚡ Storm's End Books ✪ Author Sondra Stanford – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk HOW MUCH COULD JULIE FORGIVE Julie Barclay secretly married Blaise Richards, a man she hardly knew, in return for the cost of an operation which would save her mother s life Andrew Barclay, her wealth HOW MUCH COULD JULIE FORGIVE Julie Barclay secretly married Blaise Richards, a man she hardly knew, in return for the cost of an operation which would save her mother s life Andrew Barclay, her wealthy grandfather, made this match as penance for a sin he had committed almost twenty two years earlier, but Julie would never forgive the man Haunted by a strange yearning for Blaise, tormented by Blaise s girl friend, Rosalind, pursued by her ex fiance, Duane, Julie had to consider a second marriage while the first one still remained a secret.

    Storm's End Epub Ê Paperback Barclay, her wealthy grandfather, made this match as penance for a sin he had committed almost twenty two years earlier, but Julie would never forgive the man Haunted by a strange yearning for Blaise, tormented by Blaise s girl friend, Rosalind, pursued by her ex fiance, Duane, Julie had to consider a second marriage while the first one still remained a secret."/>
  • Paperback
  • 189 pages
  • Storm's End
  • Sondra Stanford
  • English
  • 14 February 2017
  • 0340267240

About the Author: Sondra Stanford

Sondra Stanford is a th generation Texan Many of her stories are set in her beloved state although she enjoys traveling elsewhere in search of fresh locales for her books Sondra believes that love is life and she tries to reflect that philosophy in her work.