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by Betty Neels


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My mother used to get Harlequins when I was little, but they were apparently too sexy for me to read when I was, like, ten.

To begin with, my friends and I have a trashy romance novel book circle, where we often give each other books where the heroine has our name or, in this case, green eyes like mine - the more ridiculously terrible or terribly ridiculous, the better. My mother used to get Harlequins when I was little, but they were apparently too sexy for me to read when I was, like, ten.

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Attractive and dynamic, he was the answer to her dreams. But why would he be interested.

Find nearly any book by Betty Neels (page 14). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. No Need To Say Goodbye (Betty Neels Large Print Collection). ISBN 9780263204353 (978-0-263-20435-3) Hardcover, Harlequin Mills & Boon, 2007.

Books by Cara Colter. But it was her eyes that had captivated him: as green as a leprechaun’s and sparkling with just as much mischief. The Cop, the Puppy and Me. Battle for the Soldier’s Heart. Now, above the sounds of a river bloated with spring runoff, above the sounds of the cheerful chirping of birds, above the sounds of the morning rush of traffic, Kade could hear the distinctive static of emergency frequency radios.

She doesn't talk much because no one listens much. I found myself secretly smiling along with him as he teases "the girl with the green eyes"

Series: Betty Neels Large Print Collection (Book 47). Hardcover: 288 pages. Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (March 15, 2007). She doesn't talk much because no one listens much. They have flashy careers and clothes and assume because she doesn't, she's regrettably unimportant. Her career is in child care. I found myself secretly smiling along with him as he teases "the girl with the green eyes". I would recommend this book to anyone needing to unwind at the end of the workday or to pleasantly pass the time while waiting on appointment, destinations etc.

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Jim fell in love with the girl and ten years later he proposed, and they got married. He just accepted the fact that his wife always wore a green ribbon around her neck.

New Year, Who Dis? Community. Jim fell in love with the girl and ten years later he proposed, and they got married. In bed their first night, the only thing his new wife wouldn't take off was her green ribbon. PLEASE tell me why you wear that ribbon!" Jim begged. They grew old together, and the women became very sick; the doctor told Jim she was going to die soon. Jim sat by her bed side for days, distraught, and then he finally said, "Please, tell me now, why do you always wear that ribbon around you neck?"

"Lucy wasn't a career girl. Unlike her two bright go-getting sisters, Lucy's goal was to find a man she loved and settle down with him to a life of happy domestication. But Mr. Right seemed to peculiarly elusive. Until the day that Lucy encountered the eminent pediatrician William Thurloe and fell head-over-heels in love with him. Not that she had the faintest hope of attracting his interest. Especially with the glamorous Fiona as direct competition. And yet Lucy knew there had to be some way of making William notice her......"

Comments: (7)

Runeshaper
What is this fascination with Cinderella's tale of woe? Betty Neels delights in this frame for a story. But she's freshened it. This Cinderella has money. She's smart, but not brilliant. She's pretty but with a mousy personality, rather shy next to her brilliant parents and successful sisters. She doesn't talk much because no one listens much. They have flashy careers and clothes and assume because she doesn't, she's regrettably unimportant. Her career is in child care. And because that's women's work 'anyone' can do, not requiring training and degrees, it's not admirable. And because she wears clothing that suits her instead of chasing style, she's not 'trying.' And shell never get married, poor dear. The story says otherwise, in great detail.

This is more about characters than Neels usually gives attention to. And while ok enjoy her more usual details of antique furniture and road trips and restaurant food of high and lower cuisine, I'm a sucker for characters and how they develop and interact. For a change, check this out.
Gavikelv
I love all the Betty Neels books, but especially the ones with hospital settings involved.

This storyline varied a little because the H & H were still of the same social and financial standing. Lucy therefore needed another type of rescuing and it was a delight to experience how the author unfurled her usual magic.

In this book the H/William was a lot less austere than some of the other leading men. I found myself secretly smiling along with him as he teases "the girl with the green eyes".

I would recommend this book to anyone needing to unwind at the end of the workday or to pleasantly pass the time while waiting on appointment, destinations etc.

I gave it five stars because it was a easy effortless read with all the pleasure and none of the guilt of "comfort food" for the soul.
Madi
The author did a great job of writing this book. It will keep you wanting to read. I am looking forward to reading more books of Betty Neels.
Jeyn
I loved this book. The Dr.was a patient and caring man. Lucy was perfect for him and really quite clever although her family had convinced her she was not. Her parents were so selfish and self centered and her sisters were also. I loved that she had Alice as a friend and mother figure. I just wish we could have a wedding and been able to see the reaction of her family to her marriage. I feel like this book left me feeling the story was not complete.
GAMER
Again, a great story by Betty Neels. An enjoyable and relaxing read. You know how it ends, but not how you get there!
Morlurne
I have always loved Betty Neels. When they started coming out in kindle edition, I wanted them all because I re read them and the Kindle is much easier to travel with.
Mazuzahn
Through most of this story, I really didn't like Miss Green Eyes. While recognizing that she was a nice person, I simply couldn't care what she would be doing in the next chapter.
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The Girl with the Green Eyes (Easyread Print Harlequin Romance, No. 1) download epub
Author: Betty Neels
ISBN: 0373154011
Category: Romance
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin Books; 1st Printing edition (1991)
Pages: 251 pages