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However, when she encounters hin again he does not recognize her and is pretty nasty for no reason at all. She does not tell him who she is and then gets in a jealous cat fight with his female companion.
We are supposed to believe that these two are headed for a happy ending. I wanted to smack both of them as well as the unpleasant photographer, the annoying "female companion" of the hero and the clothing designer whose line was the reason Holly was back.
Here is some dialogue from the first few pages:
"Lift your arms. Higher. Good. Now arch your back and shake out your hair. No, no, no. C'mon, sweetie, give it a little sex. Think of your lover. Oh yeah," he added in a nasty tone, "I forgot. You're not Into lovers. So put your hands on those lovely, useless hips and pretend; damn you!"
This is from the hero: "I don't like jet-set parasites and their prostitutes. I won't have them on my ranch." Then a couple of pages later referring to the heroine again: "You've spoiled her," said Linc to Roger. "Mongrels need a firm hand if you want to show them In the Companion Class."
Then when the other woman arrives: "You bought only dresses?" murmured Holly, glancing at Cyn's hips with a knowing smile. "Roger could design a pair of pants for you. I'm sure we have some cloth around here somewhere, don't we, Roger?" Then, before he could answer, "Oh, I forgot. The
material is only forty-four inches wide. That won't quite do, will It?" asked Holly with wide, innocent eyes.
What an unpleasant bunch of people and this is only within the first 20 pages.
There were critical statements from romance readers a number of years back when Sandra Brown admitted that her early romance novels were not particularly well written. I would far rather have that honesty than pretend that pot boilers written 20+ years ago to a formula dictated by a publisher who was only interested in selling more books to people who don't want any surprises is worth rereading.