Where Seagulls Cry (Harlequin Romance, No. 2101)

Where Seagulls Cry Harlequin Romance No I ll be perfectly frank with you Kim Ursula said with calm deliberation Why don t you give up Go back where you came from and leave Adam alone Can t you see he desperately wants his freedom Kim stare

  • Title: Where Seagulls Cry (Harlequin Romance, No. 2101)
  • Author: Yvonne Whittal
  • ISBN: 9780373021017
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • I ll be perfectly frank with you, Kim Ursula said with calm deliberation Why don t you give up Go back where you came from and leave Adam alone Can t you see he desperately wants his freedom Kim stared at Ursula in stunned silence, then felt anger rising Ursula wanted her to go, for that would leave the field clear for her.Well, Kim decided, if Adam wants his free I ll be perfectly frank with you, Kim Ursula said with calm deliberation Why don t you give up Go back where you came from and leave Adam alone Can t you see he desperately wants his freedom Kim stared at Ursula in stunned silence, then felt anger rising Ursula wanted her to go, for that would leave the field clear for her.Well, Kim decided, if Adam wants his freedom, he can say so She wasn t going to run off like a scared rabbit

    One thought on “Where Seagulls Cry (Harlequin Romance, No. 2101)”

    1. Nice, old-fashioned angsty marriage of convenience story about a woman and a newly-blinded scientist (who treats "love" like a simple chemical reaction because he's snarky that way) who do the bump & grind well before the I love yous get exchanged. There's a super-threateny Other Woman as well, natch.The heroine's insecurities about her physical appearance got a little old, but the hero didn't have douchebag moments, only conveniently oblivious ones. It's not an angry Harley; more of a quiet [...]

    2. Ppractical and nice h fights off witchy OW for her blinded H husband and does it with dignity, style and class. The only thing missing from this book is a great cat like Marmalade with OW buttkicking skillz, tho the h doesn't really need them. Really like this one and a favorite reread.

    3. She's a romantic, he's a realist. But who will win in this battle between love and science? Love, of course!I thought this romance could have used more tension and passion, but still enjoyed the portrayal of a marriage of convenience turning into a love match. Kim endeared herself with me early on with her tough-love attitude, not putting up with Adam's woe-is-me sulks. I liked that she wasn't too perfect: beneath the sweetness and spunkiness lay a very vulnerable and insecure woman where Adam w [...]

    4. Yvonne Whittal is definitely in a class of her own. She can really notch up the intensity level to the point where you are absolutely absorbed. She sometimes tends to make her heroes a little more rough than I care for, but this time I think she struck the right balance. This is one of my all time favorites. I liked that the factors threatening this young couple were real rather than stupid misunderstandings caused by their inability to talk to each other. I also liked that both approached their [...]

    5. So, basically, YW's blind hero gets the red carpet treatment, with a devoted heroine who is besotted from Day One, while her blind heroine gets the shit-for-brains, donkey-face, asshat who gets to torture her to the point that she becomes suicidal (See The Light Within). Good grief.

    6. A harlequin novel with a likeable and sincere hero, and a candid heroine. What I really liked about this story is that there was honesty in their relationship from the very beginning. There was a good communication between the H/h, and I was so happy that the author did not try to create prolonged misunderstandings just for the sake of it. The problems depicted here were also quite realistic rather than self-inflicted. It was a 4 stars book for me, but I feel that the simplicity of the writing, [...]

    7. Heartwarming marriage of convenience story. Blind hero marries plain innocent heroine and love blossoms unexpectedly. Loved the passionate, classy and fierce heroine. Loved the brooding harsh hero. They share lots of touching moments and a very emotional final scene! Great writing.

    8. القصة جميلة و ممكن تكون مكررة لكن شخصية البطلة كانت قوية و صريحة و عارفة اللي تبغاه و مستعدة تخاطر لأجله ، نقطة صعفهاعدم ثقتها بنفسها من ناحية الشكل ، المرأة مهما كانت شخصيتها لابد تتأثر بنظرة الناس لشكلها و تعيشها بقلق لا داعي له .

    9. I expected a lot from this book but was left a bit disappointed. Yes it was a sweet little story filled with a supportive and compassionate heroine with a brooding and tortured hero. It did have a bit of angst but nothing worth mentioning. We got our happy ending with very little conflict from the villain.

    10. Just blahhhhh boring. Guy is blind girl saves guy. Guy marries girl to keep him alive and she loves guy so it goes on and on. They have a weird relationship with distant secondary people who almost exist in a bubble and they exist in a vacuum. Just not very believable or likable. I was completely floored that this what YV work?! What a horrible story.

    11. 3.5 starsI felt he never treated her as an equal until just before his surgery, he didn't share his fears, his decisions, etc. Marriage life is a partnership, and he failed at it for a long time.

    12. Loved this one!He is a scientist, a decent man, recently lost his sight and coping with it and she is a strong woman who didnt baby him and did all she could to make him and them happyGreat read!

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