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eBook Gates of Steel epub
  • ISBN: 0373100019
  • Author: Anne Hampson
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin (1980)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1583 kb
  • FB2 size 1930 kb
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Gates of Steel Paperback – 1980. But Helen’s assumption proved dangerously wrong! One thing I have noticed about Anne Hampson's novels is that she has writes about more than romance between two people

Gates of Steel Paperback – 1980. by. Anne Hampson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. But Helen’s assumption proved dangerously wrong! One thing I have noticed about Anne Hampson's novels is that she has writes about more than romance between two people. quite a few of them being in the Greek islands.

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about a woman who marries for convenience to be a mother to two children she has come to adore. but the ending really fell flat. The author tried to reconcile 250 pages of hurt and misunderstanding into just three paragraphs saying this is it? This is my HE. .

Anne Hampson (born 28 November ?) was a British writer of over 125 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1969 to 1998. She published historical romance novels under the pseudonym Jane Wilby. Although she retired in 1998, in 2005 she published two romance and a crime novel. She has written an autobiography entitled Fate Was My Friend.

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After an unhappy marriage, and then the loss of both her husband and her baby, Helen Stewart was disenchanted with the whole idea of love and romance

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there can be no love between strangers....
Comments: (7)
Aria
Synopsis: "'There can be no love between strangers"
Helen Stewart was a woman disenchanted with love. She scorned the whole idea of romance. Leon Petrou was a man with no need for love. He used women merely to satisfy his own desires. Under the circumstances, Leon’s proposal of marriage was as surprising as Helen’s acceptance. Helen thought the marriage was strictly for the sake of Leon’s small niece and nephew; she would never become emotionally or physically involved with Leon. But Helen’s assumption proved dangerously wrong!

One thing I have noticed about Anne Hampson's novels is that she has writes about more than romance between two people. I also enjoy the setting of her stories... quite a few of them being in the Greek islands. This one is set in Cyprus and I had fun doing research in terms of the geography - picturing the places that Helen and Leon Petrou visited or passed through. It makes the book more "real" to me. The story has a happy ending (as always), but getting there was quite interesting. Helen has quite a sad past, and she is not the chaste, innocent virgin. She is scarred and is bitter, having been divorced and losing her only child. This made it an interesting read. Also, her relationship with the two children makes you understand why she marries Leon in the first place - not removed from reality at all. Thank you Amazon for making this title available.
Risinal
My mom loves this book! I'm so glad I was able to find a copy for her.
Gagas
I could not put this book down.
Eng.Men
boring and predictable.
Sharpbinder
************************SPOILERS***************************
This was a marriage for convenience story and since other
reviewers have described the plot,I will explain what I liked
about this. Very clear emotions and realistic. Nice wording.
Helen is understandable-considering what she went through
with her husband and child-but,she is frustrating in her lack of
perception regarding Leon. Leon was slightly He-man but,not
overly so and no,he was not abusive. Leon was a bit closed in
with his emotions. Helen was afraid to open her heart to love
again and Leon was too lax in his communication skills with
Helen. Good one from this author. Written in 1970,no descriptive
love scenes.
KiddenDan
There can be no love between strangers. Helen Stewart was a woman disenchanted with love. She scorned the whole idea of romance.
Leon Petrou was a man with no need for love. He used women merely to satisfy his own desire.
Under the circumstances, Leon's proposal of marriage was as surprised as Helen's acceptance. Helen thought the marriage was strictly for the sake of Leon's small niece and nephew; she would never become emotionally or physically involved with Leon.
But Helen's assumption probed dangerously wrong!
Perilanim
'There can be no love between strangers. Helen Stewart was a woman disenchanted with love. She scorned the whole idea of romance.
Leon Petrou was a man with no need for love. He used women to satisfy his own desires.
Under the circumstances, Leon's proposal of marriage was as surprising as Helen's acceptance. Helen thought the marriage was strictly for the sake of Leon's small niece and nephew; she would never become emotionally or physically involved with Leon.
But Helen's assumption proved dangerously wrong!'
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