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Too Strong to Deny book. Initially a Frenc Emma Darcy's life journey has taken as many twists and turns as the characters in her stories, whose international popularity has resulted in over sixty-million book sales

Too Strong to Deny book. Initially a Frenc Emma Darcy's life journey has taken as many twists and turns as the characters in her stories, whose international popularity has resulted in over sixty-million book sales.

Impossible to deny the boy. He promises to be as outstanding as his father.

ISBN 0 263 78953 5. Set in Times Roman 11 on 12pt. 19-9502-50309 C. Made and printed in Great Britain. Impossible to deny the boy. Totally impossible in the face of what Alpha Academy stands fo. Elizabeth had been in so much mental and emotional turmoil over Price Domenico that the headmaster's reference to him sparked a curiosity that made short shrift of her usual sense of cautious discretion. Was Ricky's father an outstanding student?' Her question earned a grimace of frustration.

General, Non-Classifiable, Romance - General, Fiction, Fiction - General, Romance: Regency. Toronto ; New York : Harlequin Books.

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Emma Darcy is the pseudonym used by the Australian husband–wife writing team of Wendy Brennan (born 28 November 1940) and Frank Brennan (1936–95), they wrote in collaboration over 45 romance novels. In 1993, for the Emma Darcy pseudonym's 10th anniversary, they created the "Emma Darcy Award Contest" to encourage authors to finish their manuscripts. After the death of Frank Brennan in 1995, Wendy now writes the books on her own. Wendy lives in New South Wales, Australia.

1990) A novel by Emma Darcy

1990) A novel by Emma Darcy. All her life Elizabeth had been told she was stupid, and now she wasquietly, determinedly proving everyone wrong.

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Too Strong To Deny epub download

ISBN13: 978-0263122770

ISBN: 0263122778

Author: Emma Darcy

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Mills & Boon; Large Print Edition edition (January 1, 1990)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1320 kb

FB2 size: 1492 kb

Rating: 4.2

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SadLendy
The themes of stupidity, social rank and hypocrisy are as strong as any element of romance in Too Strong To Deny. The h's father was blatantly emotionally and verbally abusive which set her up nicely for a worthless, abusive and unloving husband. He's dead now and let's just say she's put aside the widow weeds very happily.

She needs a barrister to handle a case where she was accused of careless driving. Due to her father and husband calling her"stupid", she has a hair trigger when it comes to potential slurs on her intellect. The H is the father of one her young students, and the H is thrilled to see his son's teacher until her snooty request for his help due to his "connections" makes him mad. The H has been tainted by his father's reputation (his Dad had some gambling establishments and was a little mob-ish), and the h buys into the idea that the H is famous as a barrister as much for coloring outside the legal lines as any brilliance as an attorney. When the H declines her case, she essentially asks him to settle it through bribes. A little hypocritical as she's dwelling on his nefarious past but wants him to grease palms for her situation. He doesn't take it well as he is actually a very upstanding and brilliant attorney. He finally accepts her offer, and tells her he'll take flat fee with great disdain.

The next day when the son tells her how beautiful his father thinks she is, she realizes even more she has really put her foot in it. Her case comes up and the H has found witnesses to her accident. Still doubting, she jumps to the conclusion that he's bribed strangers to help him. Nope. Once again she's flatfooted herself. A grovel and a long lunch lead to some sexy times. It's a little abrupt for me as this is only the second time they've actually been in each other's company, but hey! The hero asks her to go on a vacation with him and his adorable son, but it's all moving too fast for her and her half glass full life. He takes it as she is ashamed of him and too concerned about her job.

Angst. Things come to a head when a social snob busybody wants the son kicked out of the school because of his bad blood. Despite being written in 1991, it feels more like 1971. I never thought of Australia having such a social strata, but I suppose that is just human nature. The h runs to the H to warn him, love blossoms again. Awkward but kind of cute moment when the son finds them in bed together when he goes to wake up dad and finds his favorite teacher as well.

Sorry for the long review.

Overall a good story, but the heroine was a little brittle as in a dried stick. The H is like no Harlequin hero ever. He is arrogant, but only when it comes to his work. He adores his son, loved and respected his disreputable father, takes in wounded people, and lays his heart out on the line for the heroine. She grows a little as a character when her glass that's half empty gets a little fuller.
SadLendy
The themes of stupidity, social rank and hypocrisy are as strong as any element of romance in Too Strong To Deny. The h's father was blatantly emotionally and verbally abusive which set her up nicely for a worthless, abusive and unloving husband. He's dead now and let's just say she's put aside the widow weeds very happily.

She needs a barrister to handle a case where she was accused of careless driving. Due to her father and husband calling her"stupid", she has a hair trigger when it comes to potential slurs on her intellect. The H is the father of one her young students, and the H is thrilled to see his son's teacher until her snooty request for his help due to his "connections" makes him mad. The H has been tainted by his father's reputation (his Dad had some gambling establishments and was a little mob-ish), and the h buys into the idea that the H is famous as a barrister as much for coloring outside the legal lines as any brilliance as an attorney. When the H declines her case, she essentially asks him to settle it through bribes. A little hypocritical as she's dwelling on his nefarious past but wants him to grease palms for her situation. He doesn't take it well as he is actually a very upstanding and brilliant attorney. He finally accepts her offer, and tells her he'll take flat fee with great disdain.

The next day when the son tells her how beautiful his father thinks she is, she realizes even more she has really put her foot in it. Her case comes up and the H has found witnesses to her accident. Still doubting, she jumps to the conclusion that he's bribed strangers to help him. Nope. Once again she's flatfooted herself. A grovel and a long lunch lead to some sexy times. It's a little abrupt for me as this is only the second time they've actually been in each other's company, but hey! The hero asks her to go on a vacation with him and his adorable son, but it's all moving too fast for her and her half glass full life. He takes it as she is ashamed of him and too concerned about her job.

Angst. Things come to a head when a social snob busybody wants the son kicked out of the school because of his bad blood. Despite being written in 1991, it feels more like 1971. I never thought of Australia having such a social strata, but I suppose that is just human nature. The h runs to the H to warn him, love blossoms again. Awkward but kind of cute moment when the son finds them in bed together when he goes to wake up dad and finds his favorite teacher as well.

Sorry for the long review.

Overall a good story, but the heroine was a little brittle as in a dried stick. The H is like no Harlequin hero ever. He is arrogant, but only when it comes to his work. He adores his son, loved and respected his disreputable father, takes in wounded people, and lays his heart out on the line for the heroine. She grows a little as a character when her glass that's half empty gets a little fuller.
Kigabar
From back cover:
As a lawyer Price could help her. But Price Domenico was just the kind of complication she didn't really want.
All her life Elizabeth had been told she was stupid and now she was quietly, determinedly proving everyone wrong. But she'd been accused of something she hadn't done and though they ahd started off on the wrong foot, she needed Price.
Elizabeth knew Price understood her battle to clear her name on principle, no matter what it cost her. Though she hadn't reckoned on it costing her her heart...
Kigabar
From back cover:
As a lawyer Price could help her. But Price Domenico was just the kind of complication she didn't really want.
All her life Elizabeth had been told she was stupid and now she was quietly, determinedly proving everyone wrong. But she'd been accused of something she hadn't done and though they ahd started off on the wrong foot, she needed Price.
Elizabeth knew Price understood her battle to clear her name on principle, no matter what it cost her. Though she hadn't reckoned on it costing her her heart...