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  • Paperback: 249 pages
  • Publisher: Silhouette (2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373631804
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373631803
  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 9.9 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 209,834 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The prolific author of over 100 books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. One of the top ten romance writers in America, she has a gift for telling the most sensual tales with charm and humour. Diana lives with her family in Georgia.

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This is the tale of Shelby & Kingston Brannt -the parents of those Wyoming Men! Shelby gets dragged into a false engagement to Danny Brannt and big brother Kingston doesn't like it.
Yes the book is light weight- copyright is dated 1979 so the story is not so intense as tales written recently, even so it was a good read for afternoon relaxation.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on 27 May 2008
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Another great read by DP with truly likeable characters full of just that -character. Fort hose trying to build a DP library & avoid duplicates hero is King(ston) Brannt & heroine is Shelby Kane. Happy reading.
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Fantastic reading. Really love reading Diana Palmer books, and one you start reading, you have to finish the story. Fantastic!
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By Jean Burns on 8 Aug. 2014
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EXCELLENT
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
You'll need some tissues handy, there are a few scenes where your heart with ache! 2 Mar. 2012
By KayLovesToRead - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
To Love and Cherish by Diana Palmer
~ Harlequin Special Release ~ originally published 1980

Diana Palmer knows how to draw out the intense emotions! Though this was originally published in 1980, this story works very well today. King is a man with a quick temper and Shelby has always gotten under his skin, sparks inevitably fly when they get near each other. Shelby's been in love with King for years, but she doesn't know that his out bursts are meant to push her away, she thinks King honestly despises her and she shrinks away. You'll need some tissues handy, there are a few scenes where your heart with ache!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Is This A Realistic Romance? 28 Jan. 2013
By Elizena R. Arellano - Published on Amazon.com
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I love Diana Palmer; I really do. However, I think I prefer some of her other works. This book was okay, but I don't like the fact that the heroine, Shelby Kane, was so weak or that the hero, King Brannt so cruel.
I guess in order to make it a nice long book with a great romance there has to be some confusion between the lovers-to-be before the big Iloveyoudoyouloveme finale, but there wasn't only confusion, there was sheer stupidity and a cruelty I've only seen among neighborhood gangbangers who don't care who they hurt or kill.
King was a total ass (sorry for the language) who apparently thought that in order to hide his feelings for Shelby, he had to resort to some of the most cruel actions and words to keep her away. I don't know why he didn't just load a gun and shoot her! As for Shelby, she was falling apart on every other page and I just couldn't understand how any woman could love a man that was so willing to flay, hurt and belittle her at every opportunity and to make it worse she always apologized to him.
Okay, I guess you can tell I'm really frustrated with this book. I loved the characters (or rather in what I thought they could have become).
My greatest disappointment was that even in the end while King acknowledged he had a temper, he never really saw that his treatment of her was something you should never do to another human being.
In the last chapter when he and Shelby finally, finally vocalize their feelings to each other he says, "I didn't realize how hard I'd been on you until now," and then he says, "I didn't realize I affected you to that extent." I almost threw my Kindle Fire across the room.
I wanted to slap some sense into Shelby's at her response to him, "I can understand how you felt."
Ah what? He'd made her feel completely worthless and unlovable. His treatment of her shouted, "I loathe you!"
How can you understand why you're being treated this way, when nothing has been explained to you? I mean he never gave her even the slightest inkling that he cared about her in anyway! Alright he did fly to her side when her mom died, but everything went right back to normal after that.
Okay, I'm done and I will admit that I'll quite probably read it again, in hopes that I'll like it better the second time. LOL! If you are a true Diana Palmer fan you'll read every book no matter how painful it may be and I am a true fan; so I'll keep reading.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Frustrating! 7 Oct. 2011
By JoviRomance84 - Published on Amazon.com
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Ok don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoy Diana Palmer novels. I've read too many romance novels for my own good. But there's an undertone in this novel that I don't care for. The scene with King and Shelby in the library just bothered me. He can be such a chauvinistic pig. It's not just this novel. It's a pattern I see in some Palmer novels. The man is always so over dominating and it's frustrating. I don't like how Palmer makes the man overpower and scare the woman into intimacy. There's no emotion, no depth into the man. He really is a brute. I guess I just feel like the woman should have a little more pride. Other then that, the book's fantastic. There is a lot of sensual tension and emotion, good story line. Just a little frustrating.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I was surprised at the verbal and mental abuse! 14 April 2012
By K Pavlock - Published on Amazon.com
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I have read almost all Diana Palmers books and I was appaled at the way Shelby was treated. There was verbal and mental abuse thru the whole story line. She also was accepting of this abuse and never voiced any objection. Shame Shame
A little hard to take 19 April 2014
By Binnie - Published on Amazon.com
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I've only read a few of her books so far. I enjoyed them. This one was a good read too but the way that girl kept taking the emotional brutality that was done to her kept my teeth on edge. Of course, being older and looking back to when I was 21, I'm not too sure I would have been any more able to stand up for myself. I just know at after all the years I've lived through if any man tried to treat me like that, he'd get a piece of my mind at the very least. I'm very glad it ended well, though. I would still recommend it and also read more of her books.
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