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How could a dream job turn into such an unbearable nightmare?
Ginny Groves had a dream job. Working at a resort in West Ireland, she wined and dined vacationing guests, and “worked” nine-to-five—if you could call horseback riding on the moors, cliffs, forests and beaches work. Sadly for Ginny, her perfect job was a thing of the past.
For there is a new proprietor in charge of the Puffin Bay Hotel this summer—and unlike his kindly father, Guy Rothwell doesn’t believe that work should be fun. A stickler for propriety, Guy is determined to eke every bit of joy out of Ginny’s summer job, but the absolute last straw comes when she finds out he intends to sell all of the resort’s horses. If only Ginny can convince him to reconsider…
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in 1988 by Robert Hale, Ltd.
Dreams, desires, and destiny…
When Gemma Adair presents the islanders’ petition to buy land to Sven Alexander, she is hopeful. Sven owns half of Genusay, and the islanders desperately need land if they are to save their farms from economic ruin—surely he will see reason.
But Sven’s refusal to part with an acre of ground forces some islanders to talk of moving to the mainland. As head teacher of the island school, Gemma finds her position in jeopardy. The thought of being forced to leave the island she loves and the people she has fought to help leaves her heartbroken.
Then Sven offers her an alternative to looking for another teaching post—marriage. But how can she marry the man who is destroying the island community and a precious way of life to pursue his own selfish dream?
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in May 1989 by Robert Hale, Ltd.
When it comes to both love and mountaineering, one wrong move can be fatal…
Even before she arrived at Invergarth Outdoor Pursuits Centre on the west coast of Scotland, Holly knew she’d made the wrong decision. She should never have allowed her uncle to persuade her to return to the tough, sometimes brutal world of mountaineering.
Her devastatingly handsome boss, Torquil Sinclair, shares Holly’s opinion completely. In fact, he seems determined to make her new job unbearable. As his assistant, Holly understood that she wouldn’t be expected to participate in the more hazardous activities, and could concentrate on re-establishing her neglected photographic skills.
But even her uncle cannot protect Holly from the truth—about the past, herself and Torquil. A truth Holly would never willingly have faced, if Torquil had not forced her to…
This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in 1987 by Robert Hale, Ltd.