Do You Remember Babylon?

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Do You Remember Babylon?

Do You Remember Babylon He could have chosen any woman he wanted Adam Rocquaine idolized the worldover for his looks and singing voice was a man completely out of MaggieHornchurch s experience So far her experience had be

  • Title: Do You Remember Babylon?
  • Author: Anne Weale
  • ISBN: 9780373112708
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • He could have chosen any woman he wanted Adam Rocquaine, idolized the worldover for his looks and singing voice, was a man completely out of MaggieHornchurch s experience So far, her experience had been strictly limited tobuilding her career Though Adam wanted her professional talents as aninterior designer for his newly acquired villa in Spain, Maggie found ithard to bHe could have chosen any woman he wanted Adam Rocquaine, idolized the worldover for his looks and singing voice, was a man completely out of MaggieHornchurch s experience So far, her experience had been strictly limited tobuilding her career Though Adam wanted her professional talents as aninterior designer for his newly acquired villa in Spain, Maggie found ithard to believe he could be seriously interested in her as a woman Maggie agreed to the prestigious commission and found herself inevitably respondingto Adam s charm But that was before she found out about Elizabeth

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    1. boogenhagen on said:

      Re Do You Remember Babylon - AW is back and the title of this one refers to a song the H has written and sings about lost love. This book is actually linked to Anne Weale's Neptune's Daughter and Catalan Christmas, both the H and h's from those books have big secondary parts in DYRB.The story begins with the H, a huge international singing star AW compares to Charles Aznavour, (the Frank Sinatra of France,) and Julio Iglesias (The pop god of Spain,) seeing the h's room designs in an in-flight ma [...]

    2. Trillian on said:

      I had never read a Mills & Boon book, so when I got this one in the post as part of a quirky giveaway with a CD, I thought I'd give it a try. The cover wasn't very promising, but fairly accurate in summing up the book - generally very bland with occasional moments of amusement prompted by just how dated some of it was. It's fairly light and readable.The heroine spends a lot of the book wondering what the hero sees in her, and I have to say I'm not sure what he does see in her. It seems to be [...]

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