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  • Author:
    Janet Dailey
  • ISBN:
    0859977013
  • ISBN13:
    978-0859977012
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  • Publisher:
    Electric Power Storage; New edition edition (January 1984)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    1751 kb
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    1899 kb
  • DJVU format
    1421 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    234
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And Silhouette Books is thrilled to announce that Janet Dailey, America's best-loved romance author, will now be writing for Silhouette Romances, starting with The Hostage Bride in January.

And Silhouette Books is thrilled to announce that Janet Dailey, America's best-loved romance author, will now be writing for Silhouette Romances, starting with The Hostage Bride in January. You may have enjoyed one of Janet's recent novels: Touch the Wind, The Rogue or Ride the Thunder. All three made The New York Times best-seller list-and together sold well over three million copies! Her latest book, Night Way, is currently on the best-seller list, and is another million-seller. More than eighty million people have already fallen in love with Janet Dailey.

Janet Anne Haradon Dailey (May 21, 1944 – December 14, 2013) was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name). Dailey was both an author and entrepreneur. Janet Anne Haradon was born on May 21, 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa to Boyd Clayton Haradon and Lena Louise (Zimmer) Haradon. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from high school in Independence, Iowa.

The Hostage Bride book Janet Anne Haradon Dailey was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name).

The Hostage Bride book. Made me cry but just like the other Silhouette, Harlequin and M&B books, it ended abruptly. I didn't get a chance to enjoy Tamara and Bick's reunion. Still a great story though. Janet Anne Haradon Dailey was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name).

In the first novel of the Brides trilogy, in which three unconventional young women vow they will never marry-only to be overtaken by destiny-outspoken Portia finds forever love

In the first novel of the Brides trilogy, in which three unconventional young women vow they will never marry-only to be overtaken by destiny-outspoken Portia finds forever love. It’s bad enough that seventeen-year-old Portia Worth is taken in by her uncle, the marquis of Granville, after her father dies.

The rain was coming down in sheets, whipped by a strong wind eft her mother’s house. Her only protection against the downpour was the plastic rain cap she carried in her purse. Her hair was the only part of her that was dry when she entered the front doors of the brick home. Freyda, the housekeeper, was in the foyer within seconds after Tamara had entered, down on her hands and knees wiping up the puddles of water Tamara was leaving on the.

The Hostage Bride - Janet Dailey. This book is a work of fiction. Originally published by Silhouette Books, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc. ISBN 978-1-4391-8915-3. eISBN 978-1-4391-8915-3. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

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elegant stranger
This is one of her vintage books, and it's not bad. I think what bothers me is the questionable action of the heroine. No matter how Dailey tries to portray the character, she is a thief. I understand the rationale, but she's still a criminal, pure and simple. She had taken out a business loan from her company, with her boss's blessing, but the second loan she hid from everyone. If you have to hide it, it's not right. That said, the hero's treatment of the heroine is pretty harsh, given that he made his own decision to resolve the situation. There's an old saying that rings true in this book: "When you marry for money, you earn every penny of it."
HeonIc
The summery of the book does not match the book I received .......in the summery it reads as a historical romance dealing with the main character Portia .....and a pact three little girls made vowing to never wed.....instead I received a modern day romance with the main character of the name Tamara .....am not happy with the order and would like to see it corrected .....
Mautaxe
Good story for the time it was written in. Readers need to remember this was written in the 60's and 70's not in 2016.
Celace
Love this book it was one I've my first romance novels I was so happy to find it digitally
Burilar
I have always loved her writing. She has an edginess.
Cia
I love this book. I read it often years ago. I don't know what happened to it but I was determined to get it again. Thanks amazon!
Naril
perfect
Don't waste you money on this there are so many better books out there. She makes the so called hero sound like a winey little rich boy and the heroine sounds like a hooker.