The Spotted Plume

The Spotted Plume

Yvonne Whittal / Dec 11, 2019

The Spotted Plume Surely love couldn t stem from animosityJennifer had to get away from Cape Town It had been six months since her fiance s death and the very streets held memories Rather than quit nursing she accept

  • Title: The Spotted Plume
  • Author: Yvonne Whittal
  • ISBN: 9780263736694
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback
  • Surely love couldn t stem from animosityJennifer had to get away from Cape Town It had been six months since her fiance s death, and the very streets held memories.Rather than quit nursing, she accepted a private position in the country Her elderly patient proved delightful the woman s son an entirely different matter.Hunter Maynard rubbed Jennifer the wrong way fromSurely love couldn t stem from animosityJennifer had to get away from Cape Town It had been six months since her fiance s death, and the very streets held memories.Rather than quit nursing, she accepted a private position in the country Her elderly patient proved delightful the woman s son an entirely different matter.Hunter Maynard rubbed Jennifer the wrong way from the first day She just couldn t get along with him even though he was attractive and undeniably compelling

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      • Yvonne Whittal

        Yvonne Whittal was born and raised in South Africa, the setting of most of her romances She started writing stories at a young age, but didn t really get serious about writing until after she married and had children She got many rejection letters from publishers, until a friend who loved romances gave her to encouragement to continue.


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    1. A typical Yvonne Whittal with the usual mesmeric South African bucolic background. The H is one of her more cruel misogynist types, who think courting rituals include grabbing, choking, shaking and abusing. Even the ostriches at his farm show more finesse. The h, a nurse helping his post-op mom, usually a sensible girl does her bit to irritate him and us. There are ow and om galore- to while away their and our time, I guess. And as with most vintage misogynists, all his hatred and prejudice is r [...]


    2. Two and a half stars, rounded up. The half star is for the background descriptions. This is the typical Yvonne Whittal mean-because-he's-so-keen hero with some interesting info about ostrich farming thrown in for good measure. Heroine is a nurse who is still recovering from her fiance's death six months before. For a change of scene, she accepts a private nursing position helping an elderly lady (hero's mother) recover from hip surgery. The hero takes one look at her and snarls he doesn't want h [...]


    3. Yay for vintage harlequins! I simply adored this harlequin, I don't think I've ever been so emotionally attached to a character ever. The heroine has been through similar things to me in life so I simply adored watching it all play out. It was so great!


    4. Heroine, a nurse, left her house to escape the painful memories of her fiance's death. She accepts a private position in the country as a nurse to an elderly lady. She is a great lady but the woman's son Hunter is cold and ruthless and mean to her. He hates and distrust women because of a bad past experience. He is clearly attracted to Jenny but he thinks she is a gold digger. Jenny soon falls for him but his misogyny hurts her and makes her ran away eventually. Super angsty, compelling read. I [...]


    5. I was disappointed in this one. I typically like this author's work. I find that she does angst better than anyone. However, this time it just didn't work. The hero was a misogynist with very little redeeming value as a human being. Even his mother didn't like him! The heroine was TSTL allowing herself to be abused and sexually harassed to the point that I lost all respect for her. She should definitely change careers since she lacks the aptitude necessary to conduct herself as a medical profess [...]


    6. Holy Jesus, what a piece of work this so called hero was. I had this book in my to be sold pile. I decided to read it since someone indeed purchased it. Ugh! What a mistake that was! No wonder I placed it on my to be sold pile - this hero is gigantic ass! He was a mean, rude, angry, violent, Sexual harasser and I'm running out of other adjectives. As usual, the heroine discovers she loves the hero EVEN THOUGH the hero displayed all the traits above!! So I was bugging out - how in the Holy heck d [...]


    7. Ok so I have to say what the hell is with him holding her throat??? I mean she could not breath! If he gets mad at her he will kill her! I was scared he was really scary!!! What did she do to get his goat up? She was just a nurse not some street walker! He was nuts I mean he needs help in a major way!!! Stalkers everywhere you found your poster child!


    8. This was another book I'd consider to be low-stakes. The H is a complete and total rude jerk, and the h wants no part of it. Yadda, yadda, yadda. Meanwhile, there are numerous candidates for OM and OW, but none of them really sticks. It was a good book if you wanted to learn about ostrich farming.


    9. Good old-fashioned gripping story.I dont know what is it about the life of 70s that i find so alluring Such a different time from he one we live in. And Whittal is excellent at writing about it.


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