The Unexpected Mistress

  • Title: The Unexpected Mistress
  • Author: Sara Wood
  • ISBN: 9780263171280
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Unexpected Mistress They are complete opposites Cassian is gorgeous wealthy he exudes charisma and confidence But Laura is penniless and painfully shy Unexpectedly Cassian finds he s attracted to her Laura has never ex
    They are complete opposites Cassian is gorgeous, wealthy he exudes charisma and confidence But Laura is penniless and painfully shy Unexpectedly, Cassian finds he s attracted to her Laura has never expected she d be anyone s mistress let alone Cassian s He s the man of her dreams yet she finds she can t be satisfied as his mistress She wants to be his wife They are complete opposites Cassian is gorgeous, wealthy he exudes charisma and confidence But Laura is penniless and painfully shy Unexpectedly, Cassian finds he s attracted to her Laura has never expected she d be anyone s mistress let alone Cassian s He s the man of her dreams yet she finds she can t be satisfied as his mistress She wants to be his wife Mistress to a Millionaire

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    About Sara Wood


    1. Sara Wood was born in England She has wonderful memories of her childhood Her parents were desperately poor but their devotion to family life gave her a feeling of great security Sara s father was one of four fostered children and never knew his parents, hence his joy with his own family Birthday parties were sensational her father would perform brilliantly as a Chinese magician or a clown or invent hilarious games and treasure hunts From him she learnt that working hard brought many rewards, especially self respect During her degree course she met her husband, a kind, thoughtful, attentive man who is her friend and soulmate At 21, she married and had her first son at 22 Now she has another three children She loved teaching in Sussex which she did for twelve years.Her switch into writing came about in a peculiar way Richie, her elder son, had always been nuts about natural history and had a huge collection of animal skulls At the age of fifteen he decided he d write an information book about collecting Heinemann and Pan, prestigious publishers, eagerly fell on the book and when it was published it won the famous Times Information Book award Interviews, TV and magazine articles followed Encouraged by his success, she thought she could write too and had several information books for children published Then she saw Charlotte Lamb being wined and dined by Mills Boon on a television programme and decided she could do Charlotte s job But she d rarely read fiction before, so she bought twenty books and analysed them carefully, then wrote one of her own Amazingly it was accepted and she began writing full time.Sara and her husband moved to a small country estate in Cornwall which was a paradise Her sons visited often Richie being married to Heidi and with two daughters Simon rushing in after some danger filled action in Alaska or Hawaii etc, protecting the environment with Greenpeace Sara qualified as a homeopath, caring for the health of her family and friends But Paradise is always fleeting Sara s husband became seriously ill and it was clear that they had to move somewhere less demanding on time and effort After a nightmare year of worrying about him, nursing and watching him like a hawk, she was relieved when they d sold up and moved back to Sussex Their current house is large and thatched and sits in the pretty rolling downs with wonderful walks and views all around They live nearer to the boys men and see them often Richie and Heidi are expecting another baby, Simon has a baby son and a new, dangerous, passion flinging himself off mountains paragliding The three hills nearby frequently entice him down She adores seeing her family mother, mother in law too around the table at Christmas Sara feels fortunate that although she s had tough times and has sometimes been desperately unhappy, she is now surrounded by love and feels she can weather any storm to come.


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    1. My god what an effort it was to finish this story. He's a bit of an ass being all high handed and attempting to kick the h and her son out of the house she's lived in all her life but jeez she is a wimp. A bit of an unlovable wimp to be honest but suddenly in the space of a few days she becomes all earth mother open and wonderful. Also her son seems to have a miraculous recovery from childhood ailments. Whatever I was glad when it was all over although I sadistically wanted a saccharine sweet ep [...]

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    2. HORRID. I couldn't even get halfway through the story. The "hero" was terribly unbearable. Who tries to throw out a woman and and her little boy? Better yet, who tries to throw out their destitute, scared, abused, single-mother step-sister and her sickly son as a way of making her explore the world/ gain confidence? The entire inner dialogue of the "hero" consisted of belittling others. This guy made me want to punch him. smh My first #DNF from Harlequin. If I could give it zero stars I would.

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    3. A visit to our Senior Center book shelves had three Harlequins for 50 cents - how could I give up such a bargain and have some fluff to read on our flights to and from Seattle? This was a quick read on the return home and it had a couple of interesting twists to the story which did hold me interest throughout. I am more into mystery writers, but this was just the story line to easily pass the flight home. Don't know that I learned much from it, however ;)

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