The secretary overhears dulcie in a high-end boutique talking smack, and she leaves Fosythe.Meanwhile, stevie is working on the secty's car but he wasn't finished with the brakes, and she takes it, and gets into a car accident. : DSugeidy HI Suge,sorry I checked my books between '89-95. I've googled and did everything I could think of CC and came up blank. Sugeidy Finding old books is hard work, especially with a monthly series like Harlequin. I don't know the details of the site (which does involve a monetary transaction), but at least you can get the titles and release dates/years that they came out. Something about the hero saving the heroine and her newborn baby who are stranded in the snow? In the beginning the heroine is a highwayman dressed as a boy and is in charge of a group of orphaned boys. Wendy So I watched that show "Robin Hood" on BBC last night and it reminded me of a book I read back in college.I got three books that I need help finding (one is driving me "bonkers" 'cause I didn't like it the first time around, but message #21 sounds like it and I thought I knew the name, and the more I try to remember ahh...)1ST: The title of the book is JEWEL. It's a "My Fair Lady" sort of plot, with the heroine: Julia/Jewel rising from the bowels of the poor to the high living of the aristocracy and her hero (Sebastian) being her "I've got time on my hands to turn a tramp into a lady" guide.He's a utter bastard, but considering that his little daughter screams evertime he comes near her that would make anyone mad at the world.I was thinking it was set in the Elizabethan era, though. I researched So Worthy My Love and by the reviews I am 99% that it is my book. Carolina, I also ordered Velvet Angel cause Devereaux owes me for the travesty that was The Conquest. : DCC - Yes, I believe she was indeed rolled up in a carpet.Don't you just love those tried n true plot devices?I've read many HP's, but that one doesn't sound familiar sorry, Morphidae.I'm also looking for a Harlequin Presents circa '89-93.
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Fosythe then makes a deal with her, and she has to pretend to be his fiance/mistress, to get rid of all the women who are always chasing him, including a "b*t*h" actress called Dulcie.
Do y'all ever have trouble remembering the title and author of a book and it just makes you crazy? I thought maybe it happens to some of you, too, so I opened a thread for it.