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by Charlotte Lamb

ePub Obsession download
Author:
Charlotte Lamb
ISBN13:
978-0263096866
ISBN:
0263096866
Language:
Publisher:
Mills and Boon (1980)
Category:
Subcategory:
Contemporary
ePub file:
1930 kb
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1405 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
609

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Secret Obsession book. They were all so cheap

Secret Obsession book. Will Nerissa's love for another man. It was mostly Charlotte Lamb's harlequin series. They were all so cheap. I think I might have bought them all. lol. No regrets with this one. I loved it. Will binge read her books for the next few weeks.

Sheila Holland, née Sheila Ann Mary Coates (22 December 1937 in Dagenham, Essex, England – 8 October 2000 in Isle of Man) was best known under the pseudonym Charlotte Lamb as a prolific romantic novelist

Sheila Holland, née Sheila Ann Mary Coates (22 December 1937 in Dagenham, Essex, England – 8 October 2000 in Isle of Man) was best known under the pseudonym Charlotte Lamb as a prolific romantic novelist. She signed her novels with her married or maiden names – Sheila Holland, Sheila Coates – and under the pseudonyms Sheila Lancaster, Victoria Wolf and Laura Hardy. She was married to Richard Holland.

Charlotte Lamb is like Lynda Chance with more class. A Lynda Chance that makes well-written books. They have the same heroes. but I feel like all her book have the same stories, just different characters.

Sins Pride comes before a fall…. Will Nerissa's love for another man come before her husband?

Sins Pride comes before a fall…. Will Nerissa's love for another man come before her husband? Nerissa is married to Ben.

Sheila Ann Mary Coates Holland. A voracious reader, she wrote her first book in three days with three children underfoot. Sins Pride comes before a fal. .Will Nerissa's love for another man come before her husband?

Sheila Ann Mary Coates Holland. A voracious reader, she wrote her first book in three days with three children underfoot She began her writing career as her married name Sheila Holland and as her maiden name Sheila Coates. In 1973 she signed Follow a Stranger as her most famous pseudonym: Charlotte Lamb, but later she used several other pseudonyms, among them Sheila Lancaster, Victoria Woolf and Laura Hardy.Will Nerissa's love for another man come before her husband?

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  • From the back cover: He wanted his fun--with no commitments.Nicola knew all the reasons why she should remain nothing more than Lang Hyland's secretary. That was all she ever intended to be Lang was a womanizer. He preferred big-eyed blondes, but his interest waned after three months. Nicola had watched enough women tearing their hearts out over him to feel immune.Then why, she asked herself, should she feel so upset when he again made his position clear? "I've absolutely no intention of getting married," Lang said, "and I know you wouldn't consider anything else."

    My thoughts: I actually listed to the books on tape version of this book and man the voice actress sure was good! She totally captured the drawling immature, arrogant, infuriating voice of the hero! That's probably why I didn't like the hero. He was all of the above and more! He really didn't want to be hooked and in the end, it was almost against his will that he decided to give up his "freedom" to be with the heroine. Ugh. The heroine was a strong willed woman and no complaints with her - except for loving the hero! And yeah, the hero sucks for kissing his sister and maybe even more if the heroine didn't walk on them. this book was definitely readable and entertaining - but I just didn't like the hero hence the low rating.

  • This book , in my opinion , is one of Lamb's best ! I very much enjoyed the heroine who was down to earth and memorable and the hero who was not perfect but only human . I think his reluctance to surrender his freedom was at least realistic and honest .

  • From the back cover:

    ' Nicola knew all the reasons why she should remain nothing more than Lang Hyland's secretary. That was all she ever intended to be

    Lang was a womanizer. He preferred big-eyed blondes, but his interest waned after three months. Nicola had watched enough women tearing their hearts out over him to feel immune.

    Then why, she asked herself, should she feel so upset when he again made his position clear? "I've absolutely no intention of getting married," Lang said, "and I know you wouldn't consider anything else." '

  • I was on a C. Lamb kick and bought this a couple of years ago. It's also in Open Library if anyone's interested. Regardless, this was one of Lamb's best, I think. It had a truly great heroine and a Hero that just cracked me up most of the time. The incident with the sister, Caroline, was really well written and I loved the h's dialogue during that scene. The ending just cracked me up the entire time!

    I loved it, and re-read it often...

  • I was a grammar (Catholic) schoolgirl when I first read this... EONS ago. I happened upon this on Uploady the other day and couldn't help but take some time out one night to stay up and re-read it. For one, it's humongous for the genre - 283 pages, so beware, and give yourself some time to peruse. However, it whizzes by really fast, and the reason is her ability to write not just sharp, silver-tongued dialogue, but her knack at getting deep into the psyche of at least ONE of the main characters. I'm a woman, but Lamb let me into the heart and head of the main male character -- Lang Hyland -- to the extent that when he finally began to lose it... and I do mean LOSE it (about 3/4 of the way through the story)... over the way he felt for the heroine and what was happening to his life "at her hands", I felt a very familiar ache in my chest for the dude and slightly choked up at his predicament. That's not to say that Lamb made him a saint. He wasn't (he was also a fairly well-drawn example of the Toxic Male but those were the times for Harlequin heroes), but I found myself empathizing with him to an extent that bothered me a bit, I don't remember how I felt reading this as a kid, but I do remember loving it back then.... some of these novels (few and far between, really) are little guilty pleasures in that way. They let you relieve your youth and invite unexpected nostalgia and empathy. My grade -- 10/10. A grade I VERY RARELY assign to Mills & Boon or Harlequin novels. Needless to say, I'll be buying the book from Amazon. As a keepsake of my childhood naivety and romanicism.