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by Penny Jordan

eBook Without Trust ePub
Author: Penny Jordan
Language: English
ISBN: 0263118126
ISBN13: 978-0263118124
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (August 12, 1988)
Pages: 192
Subcategory: Romance
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 125
Formats: azw mobi lrf txt
ePub file: 1634 kb
Fb2 file: 1604 kb

Suddenly the case is dropped and Lark returns back to her life but now she is jobless and as poor as a church mouse. Luckily she is offered an ideal job by a rich widow. She accepts and she is happy until she realizes that her prosecutor James Wolfe is her employer's son.

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable . trust - A legal entity created by a grantor for the benefit of designated beneficiaries under the laws of the state and the valid trust instrument.

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills&Boon. Her all-time favourite books are those of Jane Austen, Dorothy Dunnett, Catherine Cookson, Georgette Heyer, Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare's plays and poetry and the Bible. After reading a serialised Mills & Boon book in a woman's magazine, she fell in love with the hero. Jones was eleven and she quickly became an avid fa. .

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Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. Accused by a malicious cousin of committing a scandalous crime, Lark Cummings was devastated. And, in the British courts, the prosecutor, ruthless James Wolfe, showed her no mercy. Then, incredibly, the case was dropped. And - out of the blue - impoverished Lark was offered an ideal job by a rich widow.

Mills & boon limited. Eton house 18-24 paradise road richmond surrey TW9 1SR. All the characters in this book have no existence outside the imagination of the Author; and have no relation whatsoever to anyone bearing the same name or names. They are not even distantly inspired by any individual known or unknown to the Author, and all the incidents are pure invention.

Penny Jordan was the most common pen-name used by prolific fiction writer Penelope Halsall

Penny Jordan was the most common pen-name used by prolific fiction writer Penelope Halsall. This is a comprehensive list of her novels and written works from her career which ended upon her death at 65, and includes her posthumous works. She used a range of different pen-names, from which this list derives its sequence. Duchess in Disguise (1979). A Wager for Love (1979). Love Unmasked (1979). Guardian of the Heart (1979). Dangerous Engagement (1979). Love's Masquerade (1980). The Fortunes of Love (1980).

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Without Trust PENNY JORDAN. Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon.

Her mysterious guardian angelLark was on trial for crimes she hadn't committed, and it seemed the prosecuting counsel, the formidable - and devastatingly handsome - James Wolf was determined to have her sent to prison. When the case was inexplicably dropped half-way, she hoped never to see him again. But she had no job, no money - until fate intervened for a second time...
Penny Jordan at her prime. Stands out in the otherwise terrible "Presents" -line. A likeable alfa hero and a heroine with a backbone, a rarity. Enough emotion but not too much inner dialogue. Sex scenes hot and short. A quick and lovely read.
This is a good romance by Penny Jordan. Innocent Lark Cummings is on trial for her alleged part in a major fraud. Suddenly the trial comes to an abrupt halt & all charges are mysteriously dropped. lark gets a job as a PA to a rich widow & things start to heat up when the identity of her son is revealed to Lark. Good read!
great ant
Throw her heart
Everyone was annoying...
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Yep Penny Jordan is definitely one of my favorite authors! When I read /reread most of the vintage HPs I always try to read between the lines or check to see any clues of the H's love/jealousy /thoughts on the H now, of there was any hint of it. Well let me assure you you'll have no confusion on what the H feels heeheehee! Yeah I'm still giddy from the HEA. The H is definitely a top notch hero!!! Now as for the h, I liked her too. In the beginning of the story I felt really sad for her. Her life, her loneliness and she was so starved for family affection and of course the injustice of her situation. And I really felt her loneliness that she had NO ONE. Awwww... Poor h's life just seemed to suck. And then of course the story started to get rolling and boom :) of course she got OM and OW to mess things up. The only thing I'm confused about is the H's declaration [ that he would have proceeded with the prosecution if he believed the h to be guilty (even knowing that he loved her at first sight) did he really mean that or to make sure that he still has integrity as a lawyer? I thought to myself whaa? So you going to let the girl you love to go jail??? Or maybe he'll have them do a light sentence since he loves her gaah I'm rambling lol anyway I don't know if I liked that the H said that. I also didn't like that the truth about the case was never known and what really happened with the dead cousin and that married woman. I don't think justice was done for the poor h's reputation (view spoiler) (hide spoiler)]
*Contains a mild spoiler or two.*

I had looked forward to reading this book based on the plot and Kindle excerpt, and wasn't disappointed. A clue to how much I enjoyed this love story is the big smile left on my face after finishing it. The wonderful hero and romantic storyline made this book very enjoyable. James Wolfe, the hero, falls in love with Lark at first sight - in the courtroom in which he is cross-examining her no less. Lark, is initially clueless as to James' assistance in helping her rebuild her life, but she is drawn to him despite her reservations and distrust.

James' romantic machinations endeared him to me. I could totally see why Lark had fallen in love with him. He was compassionate, caring, successful and passionately in love with her. Lark was a heroine worthy of James and I found her to be sympathetic and brave. She had been orphaned and/or abandoned by everyone important to her but never seemed to wallow in self-pity. I was very happy when she finally found happiness with a wonderful, swoon-worthy man. Mmm.

I haven't read any of the author's historical romances under her other pseudonyms, but this category romance seemed inspired by the Regency romances written by Georgette Heyer. The plot, atmosphere and characterizations of the hero and heroine reinforced that impression, with the major differences being the sex and contemporary setting of course.

A romantic and sexy read. I recommend!
Snake Rocking
Lark, the heroine, could give some Greek, Italian, fill-in-the-blank-Mediterranean-country tycoons a lesson on jumping to stupid conclusions and inner monologuing. There will hardly be any need for the H and h to converse in the future as she always knows exactly what he's thinking and how he feels. Ugh!

Plot: The heroine was set up by her lying and now dead cousin in some kind of scheme. He blames her for his larceny as he commits suicide. Why he committed suicide, who knows, as it is just one dropped plot line among many. So is the evil OW he supposedly stole for in the first place. The h is grilled by the H as he is the prosecuting barrister. Lark has decided to focus all her anger and hate on him, the guy who is simply doing his job, rather than focus on Gary the lying, dying cousin crook or the aunt and uncle who may or may not have stolen some of her parents furniture and/or money. Charges are dropped and she just knows how angry the H must be.

A miraculous opportunity with a sweet older woman in charge of a small charity pops up for the now unemployable Lark. Turns out her son is the prosecuting attorney[He's also the man who set up the job as well as forced the prosecuting company to drop the charges. Oh yeah, worthy of her contempt. Lark inner monologues ad nauseam about how the H wants her fired, how he despises her, how he... Who cares.

For some ungodly reason, the H is in love with Miss Cranky Pants. Toss in a lying vapid OW and you have a standard Harlequin. It's the rarely seen Harley where the H is the more deserving of happiness.
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