House Of Mirrors By Yvonne Whittal – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. House of Mirrors [Yvonne Whittal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. She never got over her crush on Grant. Liz had become a successful. Title, House of Mirrors Volume of Harlequin Romance. Author, Yvonne Whittal. Publisher, Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, ISBN,
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Goodreads helps you keep track of whlttal you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling qhittal about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — House of mirrors by Whittql Whittal. House of mirrors by Yvonne Whittal. She never got over her crush on Grant Liz had become a whlttal author, Grant a famous surgeon, in the years since she had worshipped him and he had called her “the horror.
Passion grew as Liz helped Grant recover his zest for life. And when he proposed, even She never got over her crush on Grant Liz had become a successful author, Grant a famous surgeon, in the years since she had worshipped him and he had called her “the horror.
And mierors he proposed, even though he told her she’d never have his love, Liz accepted Published July 9th by Mills and Boon first published July Liz HoldenGrant Battersby. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about House of mirrorsplease sign up. Can anyone tell me if this book exists in epub or mobi, txt, pdf, doc Ivy Yes exists in epub.
See 2 questions about House of mirrors…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. As soon it became clear it was she whom he really loved, not evil Myra Anyone else notice how her name closely resembles the mirrors she loved so much?
An indictment on her vanity, perhaps? Grant apparently felt so wracked with guilt which is why hwittal couldn’t go to Liz once he realized his big mistake in dropping the woman who’d worshipped him. I’ll give him a bone.
We’re told Grant did try to contact Liz twice afterwards, but was warned off by her older sister. Not a few, measly crocodile tears and a reunion engineered by everyone but the “hero”.
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View all 12 comments. Liz loved Grant a childish love since she was 16 and he was chasing after her elder sister. Grant however has been in love with a vain and hateful model named Myra, whom he has been with for several years The heroine tries to cheer him up and he is remotely attracted to her, but tells her he does not love her After he recovers and is back to work, he sorta treats the wife like a after thought I am actually shocked he cared enough about her feelings until I determined it was his feelings he was protecting not hers.
Myra comes to the house lets herself in and more or less tells the heroine that she is back for him and she should pack her bags The hero however is now thinking he might love the heroine and drinking himself into a stupor as he found out what he had done What a pathetic excuse for a woman she had no pride or dignity!
May 30, LIA Kh. I really hate everything in this book especially the hero. I wish somebody has gut to neuter him! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. At one point during the book, the heroine says something like “Heaven knows why I love him” the heroand that surmises the plot of this book. I mean, there are other things to the story but the major problem I had with the book is I didn’t know WHY the heroine loved the hero? This is a sore point for me. Because even though these books are targeted towards women, women are doing all the work.
They just pick a guy and love him forever. But they also have massive complexes or are At one point during the book, the heroine says something like “Heaven knows why I love him” the heroand that surmises the plot of this book.
But they also have massive complexes or are masochists, bearing all the pain they receive from the hero. They are forever waiting for him, keeping away from other men, while the heros frolic around and make the heroines jump several hoops to finally admit they love them in the last page. Moving on, the earlier parts of the book are dull. The heroine is moving out and she learns that the hero has come to stay at the nearby farm house and he’s different than before. Turns out, he was in an accident.
He lost the use of his hand, walks with a limp and can no longer operate on people. His mistress leaves him for another man so this mopey hero comes to lick his wounds alone. Like most heroines, our heroine doesn’t know the concept of personal space or privacy and barges into the hero’s life to “help him”. She had a huge crush on the hero as a kid because of how fun and handsome he was. He dated her sister, but never noticed the heroine herself.
He always brushed her off as a child and was kind of mean to her. The heroine, for whatever reason, fell deeply in love with him – if it was just his looks it wouldn’t be as “deep” a love, would it? But no other reasons were provided.
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She wants to help him and so in the process, he begins to get better and asks yvpnne to marry him. His reasoning, as clearly laid out by him, is that he’d rather be married to anyone than not be with anyone. He definitely lusts after the heroine from time to time.
They get married and the heroine ignores all the warnings from her sisters about the hero. Then, the middle portion of the book begins. The heroine is happy with the hero sometimes but mostly they are fighting and the hero is secretive. Again, not sure what about this marriage appeals to either of them so much?
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The hero’s past girlfriend uvonne back and he promptly asks the heroine to make room for her by leaving the home. BTW, they are living in a home decorated by his old girlfriend. Because if the reader hadn’t realized until that point that the hero doesn’t care for the heroine, the author wanted them to realize it.
The stress of all this and the whigtal of losing her husband makes her lose her baby. She was 3 months pregnant. The doctor gives that explanation and so the heroine promptly hates the hero.
She commands her sister to never speak of him and never mention her pregnancy. Don’t worry though, all of this lasts for a day as our heroine is back to feeling like she loves the hero for unspecified reasons. Then she finds out the hero is back to his gloomy ways, wonders maybe he wants her back and devises a yvone to lure him to the farmhouse. The hero returns, tells her he loves her and always has I suspect he felt guilty for causing the miscarriage and nothing else.
It’s a decent book. It’s slow and the interesting, heart-wrenching parts last mjrrors a few pages at most. The author has written this story several times. You can pick up others from her of this theme because dhittal one is dry.
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