A Summer Storm His intentions couldn t be honorable I find you profoundly shatteringly attractive Blaize Stephenson told Oriel But what on earth could a man with his success and money see in a gawky primary school

  • Title: A Summer Storm
  • Author: Robyn Donald
  • ISBN: 9780373114085
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • His intentions couldn t be honorable I find you profoundly, shatteringly attractive, Blaize Stephenson told Oriel But what on earth could a man with his success and money see in a gawky primary schoolteacher with an inferiority complex Oriel didn t doubt that Blaize might be intrigued by her, but certainly not on a long term basis And Oriel wasn t prepared to be a riHis intentions couldn t be honorable I find you profoundly, shatteringly attractive, Blaize Stephenson told Oriel But what on earth could a man with his success and money see in a gawky primary schoolteacher with an inferiority complex Oriel didn t doubt that Blaize might be intrigued by her, but certainly not on a long term basis And Oriel wasn t prepared to be a rich man s passing fancy.Extricating herself from Blaize s grasp was complicated than she expected The fact that she d fallen in love with him didn t help.

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    1. Robyn Donald

      Robyn was born on 1940 in Northland, New Zealand, she was the oldest in herfamily, and as a child she thrilled her four sisters and one brother withbloodcurdling adventure tales, usually very like the latest book she dborrowed from the library.Robyn owes her writing career to two illnesses The first was a younger sister s flu She was living with her husband and her and spent most of thatwinter acquiring, suffering, and recovering from various infections One dayshe croaked that she had read everything on Robyn s bookshelves, so wouldShe please buy her something cheerful and sustaining Robyn found threepaperbacks one Mills and Boon Modern Romance novel and a couple of otherromances Robyn read them, too, of course, and so enjoyed them she spent thenext couple of years hunting down Mills and Boon books This was much difficult then than it is today, so she decided to write her own, andfor the following busy 10 years She wrote and hoped that one day She dfinish a manuscript good enough to send off.The second illness was her husband s, and it was bad a heart attack He wasso young it terrified them all While he was recovering he suggested thatRobyn finish the manuscript She was writing and send it off It wasn t aperfect manuscript, but the doctor had said to humour him, so She finishedit, edited it as best She could, and sent it off Three months later, Shewas astounded to read a letter from the editor saying that if She made a fewrevisions they would buy her novel Bride at Whangatapu.Published since 1977, Robyn sees her readers as intelligent women who insiston accurate backgrounds, so she spends time researching as well as writing.Robyn Donald sometimes thinks that writing is much like gardening It s asimilar process creating landscapes for the mind and emotions from the seedsof ideas and dreams and images Both activities can also lead to moments ofextreme delight, moments of total despair, and backache.Now Robyn is living in the Bay Islands She continues writing, and also findstime for a very supportive husband, two adult children and their partners, agranddaughter and her mother, not to mention the member of the family thatkeeps her fit, a loud, cheerful, and ruthlessly determined almost Labradordog.

    934 thoughts on “A Summer Storm”

    1. Dreary little tale of a heroine with low self esteem who saves her cousin on a camping trip by hiking out to the millionaire hero s beach house The hero takes her in, buys her clothes, offers a job as governess to his orphaned niece and nephew There is some manufactured OM drama to serve as some last minute conflict when the hero realizes his true feelings.The only reason I slogged through this was that I was reading my Kindle to divert my attention from the heavy traffic on the Massachusetts Tu [...]


    2. She thinks she is an ugly duckling Her swan mother told her she was.He, on the other hand, sees a water nymph that washed ashore after a tropical storm, right into his clutches Two plot moppets and an airtight contract later, she is his, his, his Or is she Jealous rage births cruel words, like lashes on her soul He will destroy her if she dares to walk away.Luckily for both of them, she submits Good job that mom completely destroyed her self esteem, making her ripe for the picking.He changes his [...]


    3. A life threatening storm brings Oriel into the world of larger than life Blaize He is the one she runs to for help when her cousin is seriously injured when their camping site floods Forced to stay at his house until she recovers and the storm passes, she realizes she s in way too deep as her feelings for the bossy, yet very attractive man turn into love Blaize convinces her to be the governess for his young niece, a good use of her excellent teaching skills, but dangerous because the time she [...]


    4. Re A Summer Storm or in HPlandia Meme ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US This is Robyn Donald Lite.Really the most exciting thing in the book happens before the story even starts The 23 yr old Artemis ian h and her idiotic cousin get caught in a flash flood while tramping Well, the idiotic cousin did cause he refused to move his tent to higher ground The h, being an experienced Diana of the Forest who is continually belittled by her pocket Venus mother, had to search for the idiot cousin after the c [...]


    5. Ah A hero named Blaize by Robyn Donald She loves the name Blaize Blade Blaine etc I loved how Blaize carried her everywhere I also swoon at carrying Interestingly, there was some definite undercurrents of d s relationship in this book If you don t, Oriel, I shall personally dress and undress you myself I don t want to hear any mealy mouthed midddle class posturing from you You ll wear what s in the wardrobe if I have to put the horrors you ve been getting around in into the shredder And you wil [...]


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