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Just One Night Mass Market Paperback – Mar 1 1988


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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (Mm); Signed edition (March 1988)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373832060
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373832064
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.4 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,698,522 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I was lured in by the back cover of a previous edition Dec 14 2008
By Tatiana Stefan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
From the back cover: Hawk Sinclair, Texas milionaire and owner of the exclusive Sinclair hotels, determined to protect his son's inheritance. Leonie Spencer, bruised by her own unhappy experience with marriage, desperate to protect her sister's happiness. Hawk and Leonie are together for just one night. For Hawk, no other woman would feel right in his arms ever again. For Leonie, hope flickered, and died that night. The night their daughter was conceived.

MY THOUGHTS: This is a Harlequin Signature Edition which means this has a whopping 316 pages, twice than that of a Harlequin Presents (yay!) This book was also released under the title "WITCHCHILD". I actually read the Witchchild back cover version than the one I listed above. That back cover version was what made me buy the book, hahaha.

Actually, let me list "Witchchild" back cover version: 'I AM NOT PREPARED TO LET A LITTLE GOLD-DIGGER LIKE YOU ANYWHERE NEAR MY SON!'It was a case of mistaken identity, but Leonie Spencer wasn't about to clear the air immediately and make things easy for Henry Hawker Sinclair. After all, he had accused her of wanting to marry his nineteen-year-old son, Hal, for a share in the Sinclair millions! In fact, it was Leonie's twin sister who was head over heels in love with Hal, and to spare her unnecessary pain, Leonie was ready to go to any lengths to keep the young lovers together - even if it meant beguiling and bewitching the intimidating Hawk...

Yep, I was curious about the whole father loves heroine and father's son wanted the heroine's twin sister. Wow, all in the family, eh!! Anyhoo, I really liked the book. I only read this book once and sometimes I have a tendency to read so fast because I want to get to the happy ending/resolving situation that my eyes sometimes skip the words which then makes me have to re-read the whole book again. So my review is little sparse (and I read it a week ago) But needless to say this book when I read the book it was in one sitting and kept me engrossed from page 1 to page 16. I plan to re-read again very soon and this is definitely a keeper for me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A Truly Excellent Romance March 4 2014
By bratcat22 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Hawk Sinclair, Texas millionaire & owner of the exclusive Sinclair hotel chain, thinks Leonie Spencer is a gold digger & after his son's inheritance. Instead, he has a one night stand with her & a baby is a result. Leonie is really in love with Hawk & not his son. Hawk & Leonie marry for the child's sake & are brought together when the infant is kidnaped by person close to Hawk. Another riveting romance from Carole Mortimer.
I enjoyed this re-read a couple of decades after reading it for the first time. Jan. 19 2014
By starsaga - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book took me back to the time when I started reading romances and began to understand how human relationships described in books were quite different from real life. A case in point, Hawk Sinclair, a hero who was flawed and quite miserable for most of the book, but, once he got over himself and decided to try to redeem himself became a memorable hero that I have looked for in romances I have read since. The heroine was self-sacrificing to the extreme, surely no woman exists who is such a paragon, but if Hawk loved her the way he did, I have to give it to her, for being so perfect for him. Overall, I loved this book, it could not have been more packed with plots layered over other plots, so many potential villains yet such obvious ones too. Of course the worst thing that can happen, did happen, with baby Holly being kidnapped by a mental case, perhaps the biggest reason why as a reader I will never read such a plot device in my books again. Not if I know that they are there. I loved CM's writing when I was younger, she was daring for me, would I read her books now? Probably not, but I would recommmend this read to anyone who likes to explore the world of romances as they used to be written not so very long ago.

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