No Regrets

Heather had reason to feel confidentShe d managed to carve out a successful career as an advertising executive, despite the difficulties of being a single parent She knew she could handle her latest assignment.Then she learned that the client was Ryan Jameson, a man who d never hesitated to make his low opinion of her clear Heather was determined to keep their relationshHeather had reason to feel confidentShe d managed to carve out a successful career as an advertising executive, despite the difficulties of being a single parent She knew she could handle her latest assignment.Then she learned that the client was Ryan Jameson, a man who d never hesitated to make his low opinion of her clear Heather was determined to keep their relationship strictly business, but this time, it seemed important to show him who she really was.Heather hadn t been able to justify herself to him five years ago Should she really try now, when she had so much to lose
No Regrets Heather had reason to feel confidentShe d managed to carve out a successful career as an advertising executive despite the difficulties of being a single parent She knew she could handle her latest a

  • Title: No Regrets
  • Author: KathrynRoss
  • ISBN: 9780373114054
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    KathrynRoss

    Kathryn Ross is a professional beauty therapist, but writing is her first love At thirteen she was editor of her school magazine and wrote a play for a competition, and won Ten years later she was accepted by Mills Boon, who were the only publishers she ever approached with her work Kathryn lives in Lancashire, is married and has inherited two delightful stepsons She has written over twenty novels now and is still as much in love with writing as ever and never plans to stop.

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    • StMargarets said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Second chance story with a four year-old secret baby and the heroine making up a dead husband so her single mother status doesn't raise eyebrows. The H/h meet again when the heroine pitches an ad campaign to his company. The hero is insulting. The heroine is full of angst and secrets. The plot moppet wins the hero's heart.Slowly the events of the past four years are revealed. HEA.Short review - sorry! But I'm pressed for time.

    • LLC said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Heather, the heroine, is 26 years old. She's beautiful. a successful advertizing executive and a single parent. Four years before she had run out on her lover when it appeared he was ready to move on to a new love. He had always made it clear that he wasn't into commitment and that their affair would only last as long as they both were interested. When he became distant and uncommunicative and gossip started about the beautiful heiress he was seen with while on business in New York she knew it w [...]

    • Leona said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      A book about second chances, (one of my favorite story lines) filled with tension, passion and chemistry. As a reader, you are sucked in immediately when you start to read about how a love affair that was so right could go so wrong. How simple innuendo's coupled with a lack of faith made for a lethal combination. I loved how the author used carefully placed flashbacks to help bring the story alive. The daughter was a charming touch, and helped to strengthen the story as well as add an interestin [...]

    • boogenhagen said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Re No Regrets - Kathryn Ross's second HPlandia outing is a seekrit baby story. The 26 yr old h is an ad executive with a four year old daughter. She tells everyone she is a widow, but in actuality this is a cover story to hide her single, unmarried parenthood status to continue her career. The father of her daughter was a young businessman she lived with five years earlier. It was the h's first romance and she was swept off her feet. However her lover was very careful to explain that the whole d [...]

    • Lemon said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Very well executed story. Touching and emotional and I loved their little daughter. There were quite a few things that were raised and left unexplained so the reader never really knows what actually happened to split the couple apart. It would have been a more satisfying read if the author had closed the loop on the loose ends, but this was still a very enjoyable read for me.

    • Megzy said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      The song Non-Je ne regrette rien by Edith Piaf is one of my all time favorite songs, so it was a no brainier to finish the year, 2014, reading this book and listening to Edith at the same time. A story about pride leading to misunderstandings and ultimately second chances.

    • Tia said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Such a marvelous read, it was really great and the hero was a stand up guy too. I love how he put the 'villain' in her place at the end, it was beautiful.

    • Kay said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      4 ½ Stars! ~ In Ms. Ross's second Presents, we have our hero and heroine terribly misjuding each other. When Ryan left London for business to the States for several months, Heather believed he didn't want her with him because he'd grown tired of her. And discovering that she was pregnant made her all the more determined to stay away. Ryan had thought she'd been using him and left when someone with more money had come along. Now almost five years later they are brought together again. Ryan's bit [...]

    • sbf20112011 said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Maybe 4.5 stars, I really enjoyed this one. Has a lot of my favorite HP elements -- a reunion story with a bitter hero, whom we can tell is still pretty besotted with the heroine. I thought this hero had the right balance of angry angst and can't-help-himself caring. Very satisfying read.

    • EeeJay said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      Better than most hqns of this sort. At least the name calling and such didn't extend much, but I didn'i love it.

    • Marie said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      The ending fell a little flat for me. It was a decent diversion, but I didn't like how the guy starts of strong, but then looses the famous Alpha role during the home stretch. Call me nuts, but i love it went the guy bulldozes his way through the conflict rather than treating it like a field of mines. Also, there were some loose ends about their first relationship that were not satisfactorily explained as to why he was so distant and treated her like a play thing.

    • Suzanne said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      good read .ended a little too abruptly

    • Beth said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      3.5 starGood one

    • Jenny said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 08:44 AM

      It was ok bot a bad read but it lacked the crazy angst and intensity I expect from HP.

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