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A Kind Of Magic (The Best of Betty Neels)

A Kind Of Magic (The Best of Betty Neels) By Betty Neels A Kind Of Magic The Best of Betty Neels The man I marry must dote on me Rosie already knew the sort of man she wanted to marry and Fergus Cameron couldn t be further from that ideal Arrogant and determiend to always get his own way he was

  • Title: A Kind Of Magic (The Best of Betty Neels)
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • ISBN: 9780373512478
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Kind Of Magic (The Best of Betty Neels) By Betty Neels The man I marry must dote on me Rosie already knew the sort of man she wanted to marry and Fergus Cameron couldn t be further from that ideal Arrogant and determiend to always get his own way, he was much too sure of himself for Rosie s peace of mind Yet he had also made it clear that he, too, had decided on the gir he wanted to marry but did his plans include he The man I marry must dote on me Rosie already knew the sort of man she wanted to marry and Fergus Cameron couldn t be further from that ideal Arrogant and determiend to always get his own way, he was much too sure of himself for Rosie s peace of mind Yet he had also made it clear that he, too, had decided on the gir he wanted to marry but did his plans include her Only time would tell.
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    1. Teri-K on said:

      Lovely story of a young girl, not a nurse lol , and a Dr who meet in the Scottish Highlands Rosie and Fergus are both quite likable, though they don t take to each other right off I enjoyed watching their friendship develop into love I also liked Rosie s crabby grandmother, who provides much of the tension in this story but most of all I loved the descriptions of the Highlands the mountains and hills, lochs and marshes, the rain and the night sky This is the most setting rich of Neels books that [...]

    2. Leona on said:

      This was an okay read by Betty, but definitely not one of her cornerstones The heroine was sweet and impulsive The hero a little brusque at times, but likable Unlike her earlier work, you get to know his POV quite early on A great travelogue of Scotland and that point alone made it worth reading.

    3. Nancy Crayton on said:

      I ve recently begun reading the books by Betty Neels They do tend to follow a formula but what I enjoy is her gift for making each of her characters likeable Most of the stories seem to involve a hospital setting with a nurse and a doctor surgeon visiting consultant This story gets away from that Okay, the hero, Sir Fergus Cameron turns out to be consultant professor who travels a good bit When he meets the heroine, he is filling in for the regular doctor when the heroine s grandmother hurts her [...]

    4. Pamela Shropshire on said:

      A lovely book from TGB Fergus NOT the typical romantic hero name actually was fairly clear about his feelings for Rosie, going out of his way to see her whenever possible Rosie is the weak spot, IMO, seeming a bit immature at times However, the travelogue bits about Scotland are so wonderful the cover of my version shows the Hogwarts Express viaduct okay, the Glenfinnan Viaduct and serves almost as a character in the story reread November 2016 In the beginning, Rosie MacDonald is living with her [...]

    5. Janice Aitkens on said:

      Like the Queen song This one is a Kind of Magic it mostly set in the Highland of Scotland having been there made the story even nicer Like Betty Neels Novel you know what will happen but getting from A to C the B route takes you around with lovely descriptions story lines so you want to know how it happens

    6. Mina on said:

      A quick read old fashioned love story.Fergus was a bit abrupt and came across as stuffy.Rosie was likeableher patience with granny was almost saintlyI would have lost mine a long time agoe author painted a lovely picture of small scottish life.cially enjoyed when she wrote about fooduld go for a nice high tea.

    7. Lana Kamennof-sine on said:

      What can I say Betty Neels wrote gentle, somewhat traditional love stories The setting was interesting highlands of Scotland Although the characters were typical wealthy male deserving female there was an attempt at inserting a greater spark of independence in the female character.Still it was a sweet read someday I hope to travel in that area

    8. Susanna on said:

      Have read several of books by this author and they are great, easy, clean, reads The same basic story line in all I have read so far but that hasn t stopped me from enjoying each one Light and easy with HEA.

    9. Colleen on said:

      This book was very charming I didn t really feel the spark between the characters and certain things could have been concluded better but nevertheless it was a good read and left me with a smile on my face.Sir Fergus Cameron was a gem of a character.

    10. Deborah D. on said:

      Classic Neels, slight twist on location Scotland and the nationality of the families involved and the level of independence of the female lead.

    11. Patricia schmit on said:

      Typical Betty Neels StoryNot really interesting or exciting, other than lovely descriptions of food, clothing and scenery If you are a Neels fan, you ll enjoy.

    12. Helen Manning on said:

      Sweet story about returning to your childhood home and finding love.

    13. Mary Frances on said:

      Four stars because I loved it so much when I first read it, that I stayed up all night for an immediate re read This is my absolute favorite of all of the Betty Neels books that I ve read.

    14. Jennifer on said:

      I really love this author and enjoy the simple and wholesome stories.

    15. Allison on said:

      Nice book Also a nice change having it set in Scotland rather than holland.

    16. Mudpie on said:

      OMG a Scottish hero and heroine, set in the Scottish Highlands Love it all I was really disappointed Rosie s train holiday with her granny through the Scottish Highlands was curtailed, but it was how they met Dr Cameron Turned out he was Sir Fergus Cameron A renowned orthopaedic surgeon in the UK and Europe.Rosie s grandmother was such a difficult woman, and it says a lot about Fergus charms that he was always able to please her and still get his way.His oblique references to his future wife wer [...]

    17. Monique E. Lacroix on said:

      Not LondonA bit different, no London hospital or Dutch doctor I very much enjoyed reading this book, like all other Betty Neels books I have read so far

    18. Jen Jones on said:

      A sweet story, but you have to have patience for the story to develop.

    19. Christy Olesen on said:

      I ve read this book than once It takes place in the West Highlands of Scotland, a place I ve visited and would love to visit again I love all Betty Neels books If you want to escape to a time before technology and social media took over our crazy society, when life was simpler, try one of her books If you like a dishy, courteous, and wealthy hero, try one of her books This book isn t a doctor nurse story, but the majority of hers stories are She was a nurse before she retired and started writin [...]

    20. Marybelle on said:

      A very sweet story Nothing violent, gaudy, or over rated Just a simple love story to enjoy over a cup of coffee or cocoa on a rainy Saturday afternoon.

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