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After leaving her convent school, Miranda Lee briefly studied the cello before moving to Sydney, where she embraced the emerging world of computers. Her career as a programmer ended after she married, had three daughters and bought a small acreage in a semi-rural community. She yearned to find a creative career from which she could earn money. When her sister suggested writing romances, it seemed like a good idea. She could do it at home, and it might even be fun! She never looked back.
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The Sicilian's Christmas Bride by Sandra Martin was better. It is a reunited with previous mistress story. Our hero Dante has never got over been dumped by Taylor and suddenly decides to find her. He tracks her down and she has a child who she claims is someone else (never makes much sense to me that one) but is of course his child. There are threats and reunions and bedroom fireworks before the HEA.
Finally we have Laying Down the Law by Susan Stephens. This is quite a confusing story where it is difficult to understand the behaviour of the protagonists. Carly is a junior barrister and Lorenzo is her pupil master supposedly helping her get a scholarship her parents want her to win. You do not feel the love, or see why he falls for her. Much is made of Carly's relationship with her family. Of particular note is the impact of her nasty mother who is simply totally unbelievable as a character. The mothers motivation and behaviour right through to the epilogue makes no sense at all. Nor does Carly's response to her family. Lorenzo is clearly a God in the bedroom - the bedroom scenes were a bit OTT with round after round of sex every night they were together. Not a great read and I would give this one 2 stars.
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