Silver Flame

If only she could recover her memory When Jane awoke in the hospital after the plane crash, she had no recollection of her previous life That included her marriage to Colin Denyer, who had died in the crash.But his forceful brother, Paul, obviously knew enough about her to dislike her as soon as they met Jane couldn t understand either his contempt or her powerful attracIf only she could recover her memory When Jane awoke in the hospital after the plane crash, she had no recollection of her previous life That included her marriage to Colin Denyer, who had died in the crash.But his forceful brother, Paul, obviously knew enough about her to dislike her as soon as they met Jane couldn t understand either his contempt or her powerful attraction to him.What did he know that made him hate her so intensely
Silver Flame If only she could recover her memory When Jane awoke in the hospital after the plane crash she had no recollection of her previous life That included her marriage to Colin Denyer who had died in the

  • Title: Silver Flame
  • Author: Margaret Pargeter
  • ISBN: 9780263111095
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Hardcover
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    Margaret Pargeter

    Margaret Pargeter was a popular writer of 50 romance novels in Mills Boon from 1975 to 1986.

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    • Sandra TheSnarkyOne said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      1986 mistaken-identity amnesia flick, chock full of loopholes but decent enough if you need a quick non-cerebral read. Jane is a passenger in an aeroplane sitting next to a couple whose loud arguments are reaching epic proportions, the type that would have people scurrying for their phones to record furtively had it happened today. Jane attempts to ignore them while she thinks it's kind of funny that she and the crazy wife share the same first name. Well, it won’t be so funny in a while.In a s [...]

    • Lynsey A said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      Wow, this took me back! It's been awhile since I read an 80's Harlequin. I forgot what total asshats the heroes were written as back then.Paul was horrible to Jane through the majority of the book. As usual it was because he was jealous, etc etc.Now, having said that I will admit he did some pretty nice groveling at the end of this one. He actually admitted what a jerk he was to her. He may have even said that word to describe himself. The story felt rushed and I just didn't see any reason why J [...]

    • JennyG said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      I am not sure how to rate this. I couldn't stop reading it despite the plot and the hero's behaviour being ridiculous. Heroine wasn't any better. I usually enjoy reading about the cruel hero as long as I am shown that the hero is vulnerable to the heroine in some way and he isn't too abusive. This one left me feeling uncomfortable and wanting to tell the heroine to run the other way. I think I'll give it three stars just because it was memorable and it didn't bore me like many of today's HPs do. [...]

    • sbf20112011 said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      Wow, this hero was a serious jerk. I can tolerate a lot of cruel hero behavior, but this guy was an idiot -- it became more and more clear how innocent the heroine was, but he kept coming up with insane reasons to accuse her of being a whore. And then, at the end (view spoiler)[when he believes she is pregnant with another man's child, he suddenly decides he's going to marry her? Zero explanation for that sudden change of mind. (hide spoiler)] Anyway, it's readable, but silly.

    • Booked said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      This is my very favorite MP book. Usually the premise wouldn't capture me, but I thanked god I had one of those moments of whim. It's beautifully written with more substance in 1/4 of the book than any book I've ever read. Could easily a contender of my top ten favorites. The internal conflicts that both characters exudes were off the charts. It was definitely proved to be worthwhile for me. An awesome solid book!

    • Maria said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      Seriously dated.

    • Fre06 Begum said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      Good read but another pathetic weak female lead!

    • أجمل زهرة said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 13:07 PM

      First, I love 80's Harlequin books, they make me remember many beautiful things from the past. Second, WOW. I hate how Jane is weak and without any self-respect even if she loves Paul soooo much. In fact most of M.P's heroines are like that and I hate it. Paul was a total jerk and he doesn't have any clear reason why he was like that.

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