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Roses for Christmas

by Betty Neels

QUITE BY CHANCE...Eleanor not only remembered the domineering Fulk van Hensum from her childhood, she recalled how much she had disliked him. Now Eleanor was grown-up and a qualified nurse, and suddenly Fulk, a renowned consultant, was back in her life. He hadn't changed a bit-he was still dictatorial and overbearing, which was a problem, since under the circumstances she couldn't avoid him! It shouldn't have mattered that Fulk was engaged to the lovely Imogen...but somehow it did.

Roses Have Thorns

by Betty Neels

Sarah had been happy working at the hospital-until Radolf Nauta interfered and left her jobless. Forced to find other means to support herself, she was totally unprepared when she ran into the domineering Radolf again-and he hadn't changed one bit! The only problem Sarah had? She soon realized that her heart now belonged to him, and there was nothing she could do to fight it.

A Secret Infatuation

by Betty Neels

"JUST FOR ONCE ALLOW YOUR HEART TO RULE YOUR PRUDENT COMMON SENSE..."Tempting advice-dare Eugenie take it? A country upbringing has taught her to be practical, not to cherish romantic dreams about tall, handsome strangers!But a chance encounter one misty day in spring changes all that. Eminent surgeon Aderik Rijnma ter Salis is a very special man. He makes Eugenie's life seem brighter and full of exciting possibilities! But with the gorgeous Saphira at his side, could Aderik's feelings for Eugenie ever be more than strictly professional?

The Secret Pool

by Betty Neels

Her quiet life was thrown into turmoilCalm and capable-those were the words used to sum up Francesca. Certainly she had plenty to cope with, looking after the home she shared with three elderly aunts and working at the local hospital. Yet she dealt with it all with her usual quiet efficiency and believed her life was complete...until Dr. Litrik van Rijgen arrived!Having taken the trouble to track her down while she was enjoying a holiday in Holland, he seemed to have other plans for her. But was she really willing to let him take over her life and possibly her heart?

The Silver Thaw

by Betty Neels

Amelia and Tom had been engaged a long time-- too long! She was beginning to worry about why he was so reluctant to set a date. So when her father first suggested that the three of them should have a holiday in Norway, Amelia thought that in such relaxed surroundings she and Tom would finally be able to settle their future. Instead, Amelia found Gideon van der Tolck often at her side, and his company became increasingly appealing....

Sister Peters in Amsterdam

by Betty Neels

SHOULD SHE GUARD AGAINST LOVE?Sister Adelaide Peters was surprised, but also very proud and excited, to have been chosen to represent her hospital in a new exchange scheme. It meant she'd be spending a year in Holland. Adelaide was determined to do her best, and she more than succeeded! She adored Holland, liked her colleagues and even mastered some of the language. She also unexpectedly-and disastrously-fell in love with her new boss. But Professor Coenraad van Essen was clearly out of her league.

A Small Slice of Summer

by Betty Neels

Fate stepped in...Letitia Marsden had decided that men were not to be trusted. Then she met Dr. Jason Mourik van Nie, and he changed her mind.Learning to trust again wasn't easy for either of them. This time, Letitia vowed, there would be a happy ending. But then Jason got the wrong idea about one of her male friends....Could a chance meeting set it right? Surely fate wasn't going to let a simple misapprehension stand in the way of true love?

A Star Looks Down

by Betty Neels

BETH HAD BOTH A HELPING HAND AND A KIND HEART, BUT WOULD THEY WIN HER LOVE?Professor Alexander van Zeust's sister was ill, and her four young children needed someone to care for them. He asked Beth Partridge-kind, capable, sensible Beth-to watch them for a week. She did a fantastic job, so one week extended to two, and then longer.... The professor was happy-the children loved Beth and their mother knew they were in good hands. Everyone was happy, except Beth. She had fallen in love with her aloof employer, but he wasn't likely to be interested in her. Beth wanted to return to her hospital job and escape all the emotional turmoil, but how could she when the children needed her?

Stars Through the Mist

by Betty Neels

WANTED-A SENSIBLE COMPETENT WIFE!When distinguished surgeon Gerard van Doorninck asked Staff Nurse Deborah Culpepper to marry him, his reasons were practical, not romantic. As she had been secretly in love with Gerard for some time, Deborah accepted his terms and hoped for the best. It might all have worked out very happily, had Gerard's friend Claude van Trapp not done his best to try and spoil things!

Stormy Springtime

by Betty Neels

SUCH A GOOD IDEA...FROM THE MASTER OF THE HOUSEMeg was an old-fashioned girl. She'd been happy to quietly stay at home, looking after her invalid mother. But with the family home now sold, Meg's future was uncertain. Things looked bleak until the new owner of the house, Ralph Culver, offered an ideal solution: Meg could be his housekeeper. Meg found her employer to be a difficult man to understand, but he was an easy man to love...even if there was no hope of being loved in return.

A Suitable Match

by Betty Neels

"DON'T WORRY, IT WILL WORK OUT PERFECTLY."But did he mean the wedding arrangements or their future life together? Eustacia didn't know. After all, it was a marriage of convenience, definitely not a love match. Colin made it very clear that he wanted a down-to-earth partner who would help him care for his brother's orphaned children, not a dreamy girl whose head was full of romance. But Eustacia couldn't help hoping that one day he might grow to love her as much as she loved him.

A Summer Idyll

by Betty Neels

When Dr. George Pritchard asked Phoebe to marry him, she hadn't needed much persuading. The recent death of her aunt had left her penniless and without a job. Besides, she did like him. So what if he'd made it plain that he wasn't in love with her-at least she knew where she stood. It wasn't until after the wedding that she began to wonder if liking was going to be enough....

Sun and Candlelight

by Betty Neels

"MY CHILDREN NEED A MOTHER, BUT I DO NOT NEED A WIFE."Dr. Sarre van Diederijk did a lot to restore Alethea's damaged pride when Nick Penrose badly hurt and humiliated her. So a short time later, when he asked her to marry him and go to Holland to live, she accepted. After all, Sarre was a very nice, kind man, and Alethea might actually be happier with him than she would have been with Nick, even though love wasn't part of the deal. But once in Holland, Alethea discovered that happiness and love could blossom when you least expected it.

Tabitha in Moonlight

by Betty Neels

Her Prince Charming?Sister Tabitha was an effi cient nurse, but when it came to matters of the heart she was less sure of herself. So when she fell in love, she had no idea how to deal with her feelings.Was that why the Dutch surgeon Marius van Beek called her Cinderella? If only Marius would ride up on a white horse and ask for her hand in marriage. But people lived happily ever after only in fairy tales, didn't they?

Tangled Autumn

by Betty Neels

She wanted a complete breakSappha Devenish jumped at the chance of a job in Scotland after her romance with Andrew went wrong.The change in scenery took Sappha's mind off her heartbreak, and the presence of the often infuriating but very attractive Dr. van Duyren was also a nice distraction....But with Andrew's unexpected return, Sappha found herself entangled in the past once more!

Tempestuous April

by Betty Neels

Harriet has finally met the man of her dreams-the one she's always imagined herself marrying. But the very attractive Dr. Friso Eijsinck always seems to be surrounded by pretty girls. Harriet begins to feel that, as far as Friso is concerned, she is merely one of many. What she doesn't understand is that Friso has also met the woman of his dreams, and he will do whatever it takes to make her his bride!

Tulips for Augusta

by Betty Neels

A CHARMING PURSUIT OF HEARTS AND FLOWERSWhat a maddening, impossible man Constantijn van Lindemann is! Wherever Augusta goes, there he is-inviting her out, paying her compliments, sending her enormous bouquets of tulips, even kissing her on occasion. Augusta must admit she does enjoy it, especially the kisses. But until she discovers how important a role the glamorous Susan plays in Constantijn's life, how can she possibly take him seriously?

Two Weeks to Remember

by Betty Neels

Faith, hope-and charity!Nothing exciting ever happened to Charity. Her job as a hospital secretary was hectic but routine. Even the man everyone expected her to marry was safe, reliable and dull. There surely had to be more to life.So, when professor Jake Wyllie-Lyon offered her the chance to work for him, Charity didn't hesitate to accept.The job was everything she had dreamed of-and so was Jake! But there Charity's problems really began....

Uncertain Summer

by Betty Neels

A marriage of friendsWhen her fiancé jilted her, Serena gave up all hope of ever getting married. She was determined to be sensible about the whole thing; that was, until Gijs suggested that she marry him.She liked Gijs very much, and she knew he was fond of her. Companionship seemed as good a basis as any for a marriage-who needed romance anyway? But it turned out Gijs was in love, and Serena couldn't work out who the lucky woman was.

An Unlikely Romance

by Betty Neels

Agreeing to share her life with Professor van der Brink-Shaaksma had seemed a good idea to Beatrice at the time. But while fine in theory, the "no strings attached" deal soon proved to be disastrous. For how could it work when every time she saw him, her heart skipped a beat? And what could she do now to make him notice her-not just as his wife but as his partner?

A Valentine for Daisy

by Betty Neels

Arrogant, overbearing and dictatorial! What was there to like about brilliant pediatrician Dr. Valentine Seymour? Not much, Daisy Pelham had to admit. Yet, his small patients seemed to adore him.... Daisy was mystified. She could only think that perhaps there was another side to him, one that he didn't want her to see....

The Vicar's Daughter

by Betty Neels

Falling for the Professor...All the village assumed that Margo Pearson was to marry George, but unexpectedly meeting Professor Gijs van Kessel made her pause for thought. But being a plain, practical girl, Margo knew the professor was most unlikely to look her way. It took a tragic accident to bring an offer of marriage-from the professor. It was a practical proposal, but as Margo was taken into the bosom of his family over Christmas in Holland, she did wonder whether he might, someday, return her love....

Victory For Victoria

by Betty Neels

SHE NEEDED TO BELIEVE IN HERSELF!Victoria was a very pretty girl, but with three sisters even prettier than she was, Victoria had developed a bit of a complex about her looks. So when attractive Alexander van Schuylen made it clear he liked her, she really didn't expect much more from him. How could she, when he was so impressed with her sisters' beauty? But if his feelings for Victoria actually did run deep, she could be in danger of losing him-entirely through her own fault!

Visiting Consultant

by Betty Neels

She was certain of one thing...Sophy's relationship with the attractive Dutch surgeon Maximillan Oosterwelde was of the blow-hot-blow-cold variety. He might be unsure of his feelings for her, but one thing she knew for sure-in her heart, Sophy did not want any "blow cold" at all!

Waiting for Deborah

by Betty Neels

A waif in need of his care... That was obviously how dynamic consultant Sir James Marlow saw Deborah. Otherwise why would he bother to keep rescuing her? Deborah knew it couldn't be because of her looks-she had carrot-colored hair and no figure to speak of. That was the only explanation she could come up with-unless he wanted something else from her altogether?

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