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by Betty Neels


Victory for victoria. Victoria spun round, indignation at being frightened out of her wits eclipsing her fear. She snapped: ‘Who are you, and what are you doing here?’

Victory for victoria. She snapped: ‘Who are you, and what are you doing here?’ ‘Why, as to who I am, I imagine that’s hardly relevant to the occasion, and I’m doing exactly the same as you-sheltering from the weather.

Victoria bought her ticket without difficulty and when the train arrived, got in. At the Hook she had to get a ticket for the boat-something, she was told politely, she should have done earlier. Luckily, said the friendly clerk, there happened to be a cancellation if she didn’t mind going second class. It wasn’t a very comfortable journey, for there was no berth for her, only a reclining chair in which she lay uneasily, surrounded by family parties on their way home from holiday or service in Germany.

Victoria comes across as being a bit vain and too much into her good looks

Victoria comes across as being a bit vain and too much into her good looks. The romance between Victoria and Alexander is very believable, with a lot more kissing than Neels usually has in her books.

Victoria was a very pretty girl, but with three sisters even prettier than she was, Victoria had developed a. .Victory for Victoria. Excellent romance by Betty Neels. I have reread this book numerous times and enjoy like it my first time. by Laura on February 17, 2014.

Victoria was a very pretty girl, but with three sisters even prettier than she was, Victoria had developed a bit of a complex about her looks.

Romance readers around the world were sad to note the passing of Betty Neels in June 2001. Her career spanned thirty years, and she continued to write into her ninetieth year. To her millions of fans, Betty epitomized the romance writer. Betty’s first book, Sister Peters in Amsterdam,was published in 1969, and she eventually completed 134 books.

Victory for Victoria book. The hero is I finally met a Betty Neels story I didn't like.

Victory for Victoria Текст. In the car beside her again he looked at his watch. ?˜I booked a table for eight oâ?™clockâ?”supposing we cut down behind Hindhead and circle back?â?™. ?˜That would be nice, Doctorâ?¦â?™. If Victoria wanted to forget him, she had no chance; her friends, during the next few days, saw to that, for they wanted to know every detail of her evening with him and then fell to discussing him at length and often, and when Tilly had exclaimed: â?˜He turns me on,â?™ Victoria had felt a pang in her chest which was.

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Victory for Victoria epub download

ISBN13: 978-0263051551

ISBN: 0263051552

Author: Betty Neels

Category: Romance

Language: English

Publisher: Harlequin Books (1972)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1974 kb

FB2 size: 1394 kb

Rating: 4.5

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Ricep
I have read all of Betty Neels books and especially liked this one, although Victoria was in awe of the beauty of her sisters. The difference in this story was that both Victoria, a nurse, and Alexander, a Dutch doctor, were attracted to each other and heading towards marriage. Unfortunately, another doctor who was interested in Victoria tried to sabotage their relationship. While visiting Holland with Alexander, another woman he had known who had been interested in Alexander told Victoria lies to upset her. After returning to the hospital, Victoria finds out the truth but is it too late and will Alexander forgive her? This was one of my favorite books.
Ricep
I have read all of Betty Neels books and especially liked this one, although Victoria was in awe of the beauty of her sisters. The difference in this story was that both Victoria, a nurse, and Alexander, a Dutch doctor, were attracted to each other and heading towards marriage. Unfortunately, another doctor who was interested in Victoria tried to sabotage their relationship. While visiting Holland with Alexander, another woman he had known who had been interested in Alexander told Victoria lies to upset her. After returning to the hospital, Victoria finds out the truth but is it too late and will Alexander forgive her? This was one of my favorite books.
Lavivan
Victoria, one of those beautiful girls who has lead a sheltered life and Alexander, a handsome doctor, had one of those whirlwind courtships that couples who fall instantly in love have. They declared they'd share everything and there would be no secrets between them. They became engaged and toddled off to Holland to meet his parents. Of course, an old flicker (not the flame she claimed she was) shows up and since people are always nice to Victoria she wants to be friends. Her new friend throws a match on a couple of bits and pieces and Victoria allows her imagination to fan the flames until she hot foots it back to her old world. Her antagonist there gets a bit of his own back by doing what antagonists do, pretends to be friendly to your face while twisting the knife in your back. Eventually, she and her beauty toddle back to Holland to make things right with Alexander. Ms. Neels leaves us knowing full well Alexander, who is old enough to know better, should have told Victoria the truth about the old flicker right after she swooped down on them for an introduction.
Lavivan
Victoria, one of those beautiful girls who has lead a sheltered life and Alexander, a handsome doctor, had one of those whirlwind courtships that couples who fall instantly in love have. They declared they'd share everything and there would be no secrets between them. They became engaged and toddled off to Holland to meet his parents. Of course, an old flicker (not the flame she claimed she was) shows up and since people are always nice to Victoria she wants to be friends. Her new friend throws a match on a couple of bits and pieces and Victoria allows her imagination to fan the flames until she hot foots it back to her old world. Her antagonist there gets a bit of his own back by doing what antagonists do, pretends to be friendly to your face while twisting the knife in your back. Eventually, she and her beauty toddle back to Holland to make things right with Alexander. Ms. Neels leaves us knowing full well Alexander, who is old enough to know better, should have told Victoria the truth about the old flicker right after she swooped down on them for an introduction.
Pameala
For a change, the hero was straightforward and clear about his love for the heroine and his intention to marry her, from almost the first of the book. I got fed up with the heroine being so inclined to be suspicious and untrusting, though; in fact, I said she was dumb as a box of rocks. Overall, though, this is a happy and charming read.
Pameala
For a change, the hero was straightforward and clear about his love for the heroine and his intention to marry her, from almost the first of the book. I got fed up with the heroine being so inclined to be suspicious and untrusting, though; in fact, I said she was dumb as a box of rocks. Overall, though, this is a happy and charming read.
Use_Death
Walking near her home while on vacation, Victoria Parsons meets Alexander van Schulyen. Alexander, a Dutch physician, is attracted to Victoria, even tracking her down to the hospital where she works as a nurse. Alexander starts dating Victoria and makes it clear that he cares about her, however Victoria is beautiful but insecure about her looks since she has three sisters who are even more attractive than she is and worries that Alexander will fall in love with someone more beautiful than she is. On top of that, Doctor Jeremy Blake, who is also attracted to Victoria, does everything he can to break up the romance, as does Nina de Ruiter who would like to marry Alexander. Will Alexander be able to convince Victoria that his love is real?

Although I always enjoy reading Betty Neels, "Victory for Victoria" was not one of my favorites. Victoria comes across as being a bit vain and too much into her good looks. The romance between Victoria and Alexander is very believable, with a lot more kissing than Neels usually has in her books. The romance is so believable, in fact, that it's hard to understand why Victoria is so uncertain about Alexander's feelings for her. Having not one but two people trying to ruin the romance is a different and nice touch, although Jeremy Blake could have been more developed as a character and Nina is a bit too quick to explain her actions to Victoria.

"Victory for Victoria" is a nice romance, but not one of Betty Neels' best books.
Use_Death
Walking near her home while on vacation, Victoria Parsons meets Alexander van Schulyen. Alexander, a Dutch physician, is attracted to Victoria, even tracking her down to the hospital where she works as a nurse. Alexander starts dating Victoria and makes it clear that he cares about her, however Victoria is beautiful but insecure about her looks since she has three sisters who are even more attractive than she is and worries that Alexander will fall in love with someone more beautiful than she is. On top of that, Doctor Jeremy Blake, who is also attracted to Victoria, does everything he can to break up the romance, as does Nina de Ruiter who would like to marry Alexander. Will Alexander be able to convince Victoria that his love is real?

Although I always enjoy reading Betty Neels, "Victory for Victoria" was not one of my favorites. Victoria comes across as being a bit vain and too much into her good looks. The romance between Victoria and Alexander is very believable, with a lot more kissing than Neels usually has in her books. The romance is so believable, in fact, that it's hard to understand why Victoria is so uncertain about Alexander's feelings for her. Having not one but two people trying to ruin the romance is a different and nice touch, although Jeremy Blake could have been more developed as a character and Nina is a bit too quick to explain her actions to Victoria.

"Victory for Victoria" is a nice romance, but not one of Betty Neels' best books.
Whitescar
I read all of Betty Neels romance books years ago and am now on my second and even third time of reading them. After reading a disappointing book, I download another of Betty Neels books to my Kindle and I know I won't be disappointed. This is one of my favorites. Most of the stories involve a doctor or a professor with a nurse or a old fashioned girl. The girls are beautiful to mousy and the guys are always rich and handsome. Both have high ideals.
Whitescar
I read all of Betty Neels romance books years ago and am now on my second and even third time of reading them. After reading a disappointing book, I download another of Betty Neels books to my Kindle and I know I won't be disappointed. This is one of my favorites. Most of the stories involve a doctor or a professor with a nurse or a old fashioned girl. The girls are beautiful to mousy and the guys are always rich and handsome. Both have high ideals.
Bodwyn
I have been buying Betty Neels books for my mother (in her 70's) at her request, as an introduction to using a Kindle. I can say without hesitation that she loves all of these books. As she has said, "The plots may all be somewhat similar and the stories quaint, but I enjoy them immensely and find them endearing." What better recommendation could there be? She now has almost every Betty Neels book available for the Kindle. (And the Kindle Paperwhite? She loves the backlight and the ability to make the font larger.)
Bodwyn
I have been buying Betty Neels books for my mother (in her 70's) at her request, as an introduction to using a Kindle. I can say without hesitation that she loves all of these books. As she has said, "The plots may all be somewhat similar and the stories quaint, but I enjoy them immensely and find them endearing." What better recommendation could there be? She now has almost every Betty Neels book available for the Kindle. (And the Kindle Paperwhite? She loves the backlight and the ability to make the font larger.)
Giamah
I didn't like this one much. A bit over the top compared to most of Betty Neels other stories. I was disappointed over the last 2 chapters, Nina's and Jeremy's actions in the story were a bit too much for my enjoyment.
Giamah
I didn't like this one much. A bit over the top compared to most of Betty Neels other stories. I was disappointed over the last 2 chapters, Nina's and Jeremy's actions in the story were a bit too much for my enjoyment.
This was different from other Betty Neels book. Here you have the hero and heroine meeting and falling in love early in the book and telling each other how they feel. A little naïveté on the part of the heroine caused her to believe a troublemaking female and mistakenly trust someone which meant that it took a while before they got back together again. Lots of kissing and warm relationship between the main characters from the beginning.
This was different from other Betty Neels book. Here you have the hero and heroine meeting and falling in love early in the book and telling each other how they feel. A little naïveté on the part of the heroine caused her to believe a troublemaking female and mistakenly trust someone which meant that it took a while before they got back together again. Lots of kissing and warm relationship between the main characters from the beginning.