☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ After Hours By Sandra Field ✑ – Dolove.info

After Hours Wife Wanted Quentin Ramsey Was Fed Up With Relationships And Empty Promises And Then He Had Seen Marcia Barnes Across A Crowded Room And Realized She Was The Woman He D Been Waiting For All His Life But Marcia Was Ms Workaholic Than Miss Right Her Biological Clock Was Ticking It Was The Only Reasonable Explanation She Could Think Of For Her Involvement With Quentin The Only Thing They Had In Common Was Sex Great Sex Admittedly, But Sex All The Same Marcia Had Always Lived To Work, But Now She Was Living For Five O ClockHow Could Quentin Persuade Marcia To Take Him On For A Lifetime And Not Just After Business Hours This was an alright read I like the trope of the eager hero and prickly heroine And it was interesting to read a Harlequin set in Canada for a change But the heroine was kind of over the top in her prickliness, and hard to like as a result. Wife wanted Quentin Ramsey was fed up with relationships and empty promises And then he had seen Marcia Barnes across a crowded room and realized she was the woman he d been waiting for all his life.But Marcia was Ms Workaholic than Miss Right Her biological clock was ticking It was the only reasonable explanation she could think of for her involvement with Quentin The only thing they had in common was sex great sex admittedly, but sex all the same Marcia had always lived to work, but now she was living for five o clock.How could Quentin persuade Marcia to take him on for a lifetime and not just after business hours 4 Stars Marcia has dedicated her entire career as a physician to research She s always felt that her career defined her But the last few years she s become aware that there is an emptiness in her life and she s not sure what to do about that Quentin is a talented artist who has the gift of portraying deep emotions on his canvasses and in his sculptures Since the age of 11 he s been certain that there is one woman who will be his soulmate and when he meets her, he ll recognize her instantly it will be love at first sight In Ottawa for a gallery showing of his work, Quentin finds the beautiful woman entering the gallery takes his breath away It s a shock to discover that she s none other than his best friend Lucy s cold ambitious sister, Marcia Instantly their attraction sizzles, and each admits readily that the other gets under their skin Marcia s drawn to Quentin but he scares the heck out of her He s so sure of their future that he threatens to scare her away.I adore these two And if Quentin showed up at my door, I d haul him in in a hurry and never let him out I adore a hero who thoroughly believes in love and has the determination to woe the woman he wants Quentin is a terrific romantic hero He s shaken up though when Marcia doesn t jump into his arms and he s forced to question his beliefs in love at first sight Marcia really gives him a run and a couple of times I found myself ready to shout at her to open her eyes and see what a dream Quentin is In the end, she comes to her senses but I hated that she made Quentin doubt love This was a great read and I thoroughly enjoyed meeting up with Lucy and Troy again Now I wonder if Ms Fields has written a story for the other sister, Cat.


About the Author: Sandra Field

Jill MacLean was born on 1941 in England, UK In 1950, her family moved to Nova Scotia, Canada.After receiving her Bachelor of Science with honours from Dalhousie University, she married She worked at the Fisheries Research Board until her daughter was born Following the birth of her son, she was employed by the pathology laboratory of Sydney City Hospital and the biology department of Mount Allison University More recently, she completed a Masters in Theological Studies at the Atlantic School of Theology her thesis juxtaposed Hebrew concepts of chaos in the book of Job with modern chaos theory.When her husband joined the Armed Forces as a chaplain, she had to stop working They moved three times in the first 18 months, the last move was to Prince Edward Island By then her children were in school she couldn t get a job and at the local bridge club, she kept forgetting not to trump her partner s ace.However, she had always loved to read, fascinated by the lure of being drawn into the other world of the story So one day she bought a dozen Harlequin novels, read and analyzed them, then sat down and wrote one Her first book, To Trust My Love, typed with four fingers, was published in 1974 as Sandra Field she believes she s curiously the first Canadian to write for Harlequin During the four years she lived in Prince Edward Island, she researched an 18th century French settlement located near present day Brudenell, resulting in a historical book, Jean Pierre Roma, published in 1977 under her real name She also started to write in collaboration with other Martimer writer under the pseudonym Jan MacLean She also used to singed her novels the pseudonym of Jocelyn Haley Her pseudonyms was an attempt to prevent the congregation from finding out what the chaplain s wife was up to in her spare time.Before she turned 40, her life was changed, she had lost three of the most important women in her life her mother and sister to illness, and her seventeen year old daughter to a car accident, and she separated from her husband in 1976 One of the lasting legacies of the grief caused by these losses has been the idea that it is impossible and undesirable to live every waking moment in the knowledge that loss can strike at any time.She s been very fortunate for years to be able to combine a love of travel particularly to the north she doesn t do heat well with her writing, by describing settings that most people will probably never visit And there s always the challenge of making the heroine s long underwear sound romantic Her novels has been translated into Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, Greek, Dutch, Swedish, Yugoslavian, Japanese and sold in than 90 countries Her first collection of poetry, The Brevity of Red, was published in 2003 When her nine years old grandson, Stuart, asked him a book for him, she wrote her first Children s book and decided continued writing this type of books.Jill now lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia, and she s lived most of her life in the Maritimes of Canada, within reach of the sea Kayaking and canoeing, hiking and gardening, listening to music and reading are all sources of great pleasure But best of all are good friends, some going back to high school days, and her family In Newfoundland, she has a beautiful daughter in law and the two most delightful, handsome, and intelligent grandchildren in the world of course.


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