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The best man and the bridesmaid [Paperback]

Liz Fielding


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2000 Harlequin romance
The Bridesmaid ...

Daisy Galbraith fell in love with Robert Furneval when she was in her high chair, but she wasn't about to make the mistake of letting him know that. The glamorous girls he attracted like bees to a honeypot had never been encouraged to linger, while she remained his constant friend, the girl he always came back to. Their relationship would probably have stayed that way if Robert hadn't been footloose and fancy free just as she was being unwillingly placed centre stage as bridesmaid at her brother's wedding. Forced into a gorgeous frock, her unruly hair tamed and with a professional make-up job, her "girl-next-door" image was about to be blown sky high. What she desperately needed was a "date" for the wedding ...

The Best Man ...

Robert had been rescuing Daisy from from trouble since she was six years old. She was in trouble now if her guilty flush and sudden secretiveness were anything to judge by. As her best friend, he wasn't going to stand by while some mendacious man broke her heart, but before he could rescue her, he first had to find out who she'd fallen in love with ...


Product Details

  • Paperback: 185 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373036248
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373036240
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.7 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,998,169 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Author

Weddings are such a wonderful fantasy and I loved being bridesmaid so much that I really had fun with this book. I'm always delighted to hear from readers, so do drop me a note at liz@lizfield.demon.co.uk

From the Inside Flap

"I'LL LOOK LIKE A DUCK IN YELLOW VELVET," Daisy said.

"Probably." Robert, primed to offer at least a token contradiction, instead grinned broadly. Well, that was why he'd asked her to lunch, to cheer him up.

Daisy looked at his hand covering her own. She might love him to the very depths of her soul, but Robert wasn't a till-death-us-do-part kind of man -- and when you really loved someone, nothing less would do.

She stood up. "Next time you need a shoulder to cry on, the Yellow Pages, since you're so fond of the color."

"Oh, come on, Daisy," he said. "You wouldn't want me to lie and say that you'll look fabulous in yellow, would you? We're friends. Friends don't have to pretend."

Yes, they were friends. Best friends. And she knew that if she wanted to be a permanent part of Robert's life, that was the way it would have to stay.


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A keeper Feb. 2 2001
By crafty gal - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I thought this book was simply GORGEOUS!!!! I loved the heroine and the way she adored the hero but refused to play the girlfriend game. I really enjoyed her insecurity and "duckness' -- it was very refreshing. I could identify with this girl -- she wasn't just a standard heroine, she was an appealing character with true individuality. And the hero was gorgeous, too -- attractive, protective and just a touch myopic when it came to love. A rake tamed by love. This one of those romances which you close at the end with a big satisfied sigh! And then you read it again. A keeper.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Best friends become lovers. Oct. 1 2000
By L. S. Tucker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Daisy Galbraith had always loved Robert Furneval, her brother's best friend. She had watched him go through relationship after relationship, determined she would stay in his life as a friend, dressing down to keep Robert from seeing her as a woman. When she is picked as bridesmaid, Robert begins to see a different person. Then Robert discovers Daisy is in love with someone and is determined to find out who.
Very nice story, a bit of froth and frolic for a lazy afternoon read. Daisy is well drawn and interesting. Robert is clueless, but he gets there.

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