Heart of the Outback

Heart of the Outback Outback men live by their own rulesAustralian Designer of the Year Alida Rose should have felt elated with the recognition She d worked hard to achieve such success Gareth Morgan was her past And yet

  • Title: Heart of the Outback
  • Author: Emma Darcy
  • ISBN: 9780373115198
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Outback men live by their own rulesAustralian Designer of the Year Alida Rose should have felt elated with the recognition She d worked hard to achieve such success Gareth Morgan was her past And yet five years had not diminished the impact of the charismatic man nor the painful memories.A renewed relationship with Gareth was tempting But this time Alida vowed she Outback men live by their own rulesAustralian Designer of the Year Alida Rose should have felt elated with the recognition She d worked hard to achieve such success Gareth Morgan was her past And yet five years had not diminished the impact of the charismatic man nor the painful memories.A renewed relationship with Gareth was tempting But this time Alida vowed she d show this outback man she d be a ruthless with him as he d been with her.

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    1. 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 Born in Australia and currently living in a beachside property on the central coast of New South Wales, she travels extensively to research settings and increase her experience of places and people.Initially a French English teacher, she changed careers to computer programming before marriage and motherhood settled her into a community life A voracious reader, the step to writing her own books seemed a natural progression and the challenge of creating exciting stories was soon highly addictive.Over the past twenty five years she has written ninety five books for Harlequin Presents, appearing regularly on the Waldenbooks bestseller lists in the U.S.A and in the Nielson BookScan Top 100 chart in the U.K AKA Japanese Greek Emma Darcyov Czech Arabic

    2. What am I doing to myself? Please, send help. These Harlequins are going to be the death of me. This one was the weirdest one yet! Spoilers galore, read ahead at your own risk. Heart Of The Outback is a second chance romance, so already it was starting on the back foot because second chance romances are the pits. But then there was a secret love child! And then a big confrontation that would have made a daytime soap opera proud. Then, our leading lady falls and hits her head and goes blind. ONLY [...]

    3. Thus was a stomach churning horror venture into a sick, beyond dysfunctional family that has no hope of happiness.Where do I start? How about five years ago, with the spousal approved infidelity of the hero who slept with the heroine without telling her he was married. The h was a working woman in a superficial industry so she must have been experienced, and when I say experienced I mean a slut. The wonder-wife has been dead all of six months when the H sees the h again at a fashion award show. [...]

    4. I'm not sure why Emma Darcy wrote An Offer She Can't Refuse, because she'd already done that story with this book and it is far superior IMHO.I had lots of issues with the newer book. I thought that hero was shallow, selfish, and primarily interested in his own needs to the end. Ironically, even though this hero was married when the couple first met, I ended up respecting him more.The hero's wife had MS and was dying, they had not been able to have a physical relationship for years. The wife had [...]

    5. Re Heart of the Outback - A long term favorite trope in HPlandia, and indeed one of the very bedrocks of the HP universe, is the prevalence of the martyred h trope. Emma Darcy not only takes on that trope, (and this h is definitively martyred to beat almost all other HP martyrs outside of Lilian Peake, Margaret Pargeter and the absolute master, Sara Craven,) but ED manages to almost make us like the inevitability of an h that is going to wind up on the losing side no matter how smart, strong or [...]

    6. The heroine had just accepted a top award as a fashion designer when the man she'd loved in her youth walked back into her life.So five-ish years ago, the heroine had met the hero because he was staying around where she was. She fell in love, thought he loved her too and wound up sleeping with him. She thought they were going somewhere but LO! He was a nasty married man who was just using her for sex because his beloved wife was terminally ill and hadn't been able to give him any sex for a coupl [...]

    7. Wow heroine was a shrew. She went ballistic on the H's 13 year old daughter, she cursed his dead wife and called her son a bastard son! I can't believe a woman wrote this shit! Avoid this book at all costs!Oh and the way she introduced her boy to his father was ridiculous. She was like hi he is your father! Talk about bad writing!

    8. I've been meaning to read this story for a long time, but the heroine with the married man hero always made me shy away. But it was in Boogenhagen's queue today and I realized it was time.Well - this was quite a ride. A few observations with some spoilers, so don't read if you're thinking of reading the story. I found it interesting that the opening scene was between the hero and his 13 year-old daughter talking about the hero's love life. It was the hero's "needs" that led him to hurt the heroi [...]

    9. Intense as only Emma Darcy can do it. Hero and Heroine have an affair 5 years earlier. Hero is married to an invalid who grants him the right to have sex with other women since she is no longer sexually active. He meets the heroine and sleeps with her, but fails to mention that he is married. He wakes the next morning full of guilt and kicks her out of his bed calling her a whore. Unfortunately, there is an unintended consequence in the form of a little boy that she keeps a secret for five years [...]

    10. Notes: Hero was married when they met, but heroine was not aware. (invalid wife) Bad behavior from heroine in front of 13 year old daughter of hero. Unrealistic children's dialogue. But, it was a nice semi-angsty Emma Darcy read.

    11. I read this book because a Goodread user mentioned this book had one of the best smackdowns of rotten people lol! And for that scene I can truly say – Bravo h! BRAVO!!!I had to reread the book from the very beginning because I initially read for the scene itself and then up to the ending. I hesitated reading the beginning because I’m an emotional wimp – I was afraid that dastard scene of what the H would do to the h (i.e. what bam thank you whore) would kill me. But I gritted my teeth and [...]

    12. this bookis from 1993, andit shows. the hero is a 24 carat jerk who sleeps with a woman working at his station and then shoves her out of his life telling her she is little better than a whore, and didn't use birth control by the way. then he meets her 5 years later and.i like a heroine who tries to make the most of herself, but this gal was celibate for 5 years, and that is a theme i am growing to despise. and the HEA is too sudden for me as well.

    13. OMG! First book I've read where I felt the h was a few bricks short of a full load. I couldn't believe her behavior towards a 13 yr old. Yet it all added up to make me believe she was seriously gaga over the H. This would have been a four star read except I found that it lost its way in the last third of the book.(edited)Review - after reading a second timeThis was fascinating read in a train wreckish way. the douche H is a given, there's a fair few of them and this one ranks right up there BUT [...]

    14. 2.5 starsOk read. Should make a shelf for the h who went ballistic on the H's daughter. Broke all the good step-parenting rules.

    15. good book. very different. ther hero was already married to his terminally ill wife when he met and had sex with the heroine. he thought that she was loose and she thought he wanted her for something deep. after the deed he tells her hes married and he and his wife have a deal that he can get busy somewhere alse. she understandably felt used and walked away.tye meet again years later when shes a famous designer and he widowed.he again wants a ons, she thinks about it and is tempted but doesnt do [...]

    16. I HATE this book and everyone in it. The H is a totally horrible man who basically does what he wants. He sleeps with our h despite being married In his house he shares with his wife While she's away in hospital ewwww ewwww ewwww gross. Granted he is married to a woman who is dying. She's horrible as well as she gives the H permission to cheat although we never meet her she sounds like a control freak rather than a saint. I could have liked our h more after all she didn't know our "H" and I use [...]

    17. There seems to be a wide divide in reactions to the heroine's smackdown of the Hero's 13-year-old daughter in this book. I thought it was pretty good; sure she could have been a tiny bit more restrained but overall she had good reason for blowing her top, and frankly it was effective in changing the girl's attitude. So it didn't bother me at all and even if Stacey turned out to be a decent kid, her behavior was really nasty then and she deserved a shock.I thought the angstiness of this book's in [...]

    18. The heroine's angst did it for me. She's no shrinking violet while expressing her opinion. She gave as good as she got.

    19. I was enjoying but the author threw in almost everything but the kitchen sink toward the end. The story didn't need the amount of drama thrown into it toward the end. As another reviewer stated, h gave H a pretty good set-down.

    20. When Alida Rose goes off on Gareth's daughter it is completely awful and unacceptable behavior. I don't care how upset she is or how much she thought she has been abused by the family, she's an adult and the daughter is a young girl - it's Alida's responsibility to keep it together.

    21. I did not like the Heroine attitude to the 13 yr old nor was either of their actions to one another addressed. I do not like cheating spouses invalid wife or not. I felt he never love her truly even at the end. I hate when a story ends yet you know it is not going to be Happily ever after

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