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ISBN:
0263117456
Author:
Yvonne Whittal
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thorndike Pr (May 1, 1988)
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Yvonne Whittal (Author). Yet she'd abandoned her principles to spend one precious night with this one man, who from the moment they'd met, she felt she'd known forever.

Yvonne Whittal (Author). Even though her son was the image of his 'scientist-explorer father, she resolved that Rollo must never know about their child.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Southwest Railway Library Hemet Public Library Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives Placer County Museums Division Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide, Sonoma State University Monterey Peninsula College Cathedral City Historical Society. She had ignored his warnings.

She had ignored his warnings. 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. Books by Yvonne Whittal. Mor. rivia About This One Night.

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Used availability for Yvonne Whittal's This One Night. May 1988 : UK Hardback. October 1987 : UK Paperback.

This One Night by Yvonee Whittal (Large Print Harlequin). Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 14 years ago. Description from the book back cover: Sherry wasn't the sort of girl who fell in and out of love at a moment's notice. She believed in caring and commitment

This One Night by Yvonee Whittal (Large Print Harlequin). She believed in caring and commitment. So it was a shock to discover how easily Rollo van Cleef swept her off her feet at their first meeting when she knew next to nothing about him. "It would be better for both of us if we never saw each other again", he warned her then. And perhaps he was right.

Yvonne Whittal was a popular writer of 45 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1975 to 1992. East to Barryvale (1975). The Slender Thread (1976). Devil's Gateway (1977). Price of Happiness (1977). Where Seagulls Cry (1977). Handful of Stardust (1977). Magic of the Baobab (1978). Scars of Yesterday (1978). Beloved Benefactor (1978). Love Is Eternal (1978). Bitter Enchantment (1979). Summer of the Weeping Rain (1979). Man from Amazibu Bay (1980). Silver Falcon (1980).

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DANCE OF THE SNAKE BY YVONNE WHITTAL CHAPTER ONE JESSICA NEAL faced her father across the wide expanse of his polished desk and saw the incredulity mirrored in his dark .

DANCE OF THE SNAKE BY YVONNE WHITTAL CHAPTER ONE JESSICA NEAL faced her father across the wide expanse of his polished desk and saw the incredulity mirrored in his dark brown eyes. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20. Dance of the snake. Chapter one. JESSICA NEAL faced her father across the wide expanse of his polished desk and.

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  • Iraraeal
She had ignored his warnings. . . .

Sherry had known there was no possibility of commitment with Rollo van Cleef. Yet she'd abandoned her principles to spend one precious night with this one man, who from the moment they'd met, she felt she'd known forever.

Even though her son was the image of his 'scientist-explorer father, she resolved that Rollo must never know about their child.

She was determined not to force Rollo into an unwanted marriage, but she couldn't stop herself yearning for the man she regarded as a soul mate... .
  • Jake
I read the book some ten years ago,I still remember that It was very interesting.Can I please read it once again on line.
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