Coral Cay (Harlequin Presents, #513)

Coral Cay (Harlequin Presents, #513)

Kerry Allyne / Jan 20, 2021

Coral Cay Harlequin Presents He didn t deserve to know he was a fatherRavelle had hoped for a quiet pleasant holiday in Queensland on the Barrier Reef with her fiance Matthew But somehow that wasn t to be One of the first peopl

  • Title: Coral Cay (Harlequin Presents, #513)
  • Author: Kerry Allyne
  • ISBN: 9780373105137
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • He didn t deserve to know he was a fatherRavelle had hoped for a quiet pleasant holiday in Queensland, on the Barrier Reef with her fiance, Matthew But somehow that wasn t to be.One of the first people Ravelle saw there was none other than Steele Cunningham, the man who had so ruthlessly rejected her love four years earlier And the memories of their encounter came floHe didn t deserve to know he was a fatherRavelle had hoped for a quiet pleasant holiday in Queensland, on the Barrier Reef with her fiance, Matthew But somehow that wasn t to be.One of the first people Ravelle saw there was none other than Steele Cunningham, the man who had so ruthlessly rejected her love four years earlier And the memories of their encounter came flooding back.Suddenly Ravelle s proposed new life seemed threatened Steele had ruined her life once and could easily do it again if he discovered her secret

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    About "Kerry Allyne"

      • Kerry Allyne

        Kerry Allyne was born in England, UK Her early childhood was uneventful, she remembered, until her father came home one day and began talking about emigrating to Australia When they eventually arrived in Australia, Kerry took to her new land with a passion During the family s first years down under, she explored as much of the country as she could, journeying northward into Queensland and out onto the Great Barrier Reef, and sometimes south through New South Wales into Victoria As a adult she returned to England for a short time A long working holiday enabled her to travel the world before returning to Australia where she met her engineer husband to be, and they had a couple of children The family eventually moved to a rural area and she started to write She used the people and countryside as inspiration for her romances She was published by Mills Boon from 1976 to 1994.


    522 Comments

    1. Not the very best from this author but had some very interesting zingers. Keeping with the same relationship themes as her other stories, there's tons of wrist gripping and arguments between the strong and independent heroine, Ravelle, and the alphahole hero, Steele. However, in this one, there's another man in the picture, her fiancé, Matthew that carries the trophy for wtfery. Story starts with the heroine going away on vacation with her whiney and constantly complaining fiancé to a beautifu [...]


    2. An island holiday with her new fiancé brought Ravelle once again face to face with the father of her child; the man who had cheated her and left her to face an uncertain future. This was a man she still loved but was loved by other women as well and what of her fiancé, her soon to be husband and step-father of the other man's childazon/CORAL-CAY-ebook


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