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Return To Yesterday

Can to get you into my bedBut she was determined not to surrender her heart to a man however persuasive and irresistible who would never be satisfied with merely one wom. What can I say I love books where the hero is faithful after he messed up big time In this book they also deal with marital rape and they don t gloss over it like it never happens and she is total devastated by what he did and he recognizes how it effected her and it destroys him They have some power struggles but mostly he was very guilty ridden man who wanted to help a girl he had the hots for and did not know how to deal with her It was a great read and I loved it

Summary Return To Yesterday

She never wanted a reconciliationSix years ago Catlin Loring had stumbled on her husband in bed with another woman Shattered she'd fled New Zealand and begun a new life i. I like this because this is one of the earliest example s in HPlandia of how to make a cheating H workNo one likes infidelity and there is a distinct preference not to have that in a romance Yet well done infidelity can take an average book from okay to best thing ever and really provide that happy warm glow and HEA believability I read romance forWhat RD knows and what the best HP writers will come to find out is that if you are going to have a cheating H but provide a convincing HEA a few things need to happen1 The h and H should not be involved in any intimacy HP infidelity is a whole lot easier to tolerate if the H and h are living apart or in separate wings of the house In RTY the H does rape the h when she is only 17 This in no way detracts from the story This h needed the impetus to get on with her p

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N AustraliaNow forced to return to Conal for a favor she was surprised to discover he wanted her back All's fair in love and war he said This is both I'll use any trick I. Wow I didn t think Robyn Donald could pull off a cheating hero who cheats and rapes but she did here I won t go into the plot summary because Katie V did a great job in her review but here s the basic scenario Heroine 17 was in a marriage of convenience unbeknownst to her and discovered the hero having sex with another woman When she confronts him he forces himself on her They both call this rape and we don t see it in real time or in a detailed flashback She runs away goes to university and generally grows up The story opens when the heroine reuests money from her trust fund and the hero says that she will have to see him in person for him to release the fundsSo how did Robyn Donald write her way to a HEA with that setup1 The heroine really has grown up and we re shown this in several scenes where


About the Author: Robyn Donald

Robyn was born on 1940 in Northland New Zealand She was the oldest child in her family and as a child she thrilled her four sisters and one brother with bloodcurdling adventure tales usually very like the latest book she'd borrowed from the libraryRobyn owes her writing career to two illnesses The first was a younger sister's flu She was living with her husband and Robyn and spent most of



10 thoughts on “Return To Yesterday

  1. says:

    My god what a Horrible bookthis is the first ever book that i have read n cursed myself for reading itcursed myself cause i have a bad habit that what i ever i start reading i have to read till the end no matter how bad the book may

  2. says:

    I like this because this is one of the earliest example's in HPlandia of how to make a cheating H workNo one likes infidelity and there is a distinct preference not to have that in a romance Yet well done infidelity can take an average book from okay to best thing ever and really provide that happy warm glow and HEA believability I read roman

  3. says:

    Pretty conflicted on this one It had some disturbing elements no doubt And there were a few uotes from the hero that were hideously 'OMFG you did not just say that' Which not gonna lie I sometimes enjoy just for the sheer shock value effect However I'd tread lightly if rape and domestic abuse are a trigger Overall it's a gripping read written in the older style of only getting the heroine's point of view In some ways I prefer the old style

  4. says:

    I just can't evenNoPlease don't give me a reason why this book is good or acceptable Because it's notHe cheats that there is unacceptable and unforgivable and then he rapes her to punish her for HIS shortcomingsO

  5. says:

    Catlin wants to buy a bookshop but the only way she can get the funds released from her inheritance is go home to Auckland and face Conal the husband she hasn’t seen for than 6 years It’s going to be brutalCatlin was 17 when she married Conal shortly after her father’s death left her an orphan with a farm and no one else to turn to He

  6. says:

    Wow I didn't think Robyn Donald could pull off a cheating hero who cheats and rapes but she did here I won't go into the plot summary because Katie V did a great job in her review but here's the basic scenario Heroine 17 was in a marriage of

  7. says:

    What can I say I love books where the hero is faithful after he messed up big time In this book they also deal with marital rape and they don't gloss over it like it never happens and she is total devastated by what he did and he recognizes how it effected her and it destroys him They have some power struggles but mostly he was very guilty ridden man who wanted to help a girl he had the hots for and did not know how to deal with her It wa

  8. says:

    25 stars Here’s my problem with this book and a lot of Harleys with this theme I hate it when the author start telling the story of reunited couples after all of the angst is over They always start when the couple meet up

  9. says:

    When I started reading this book I thought the hero was a jackass and by the the time I finished yeah he was still a jackass

  10. says:

    “Rage mixed with terror whitened her face‘I’m not going to hurt you’ he said with soft emphasis speaking soothingly like a man trying to calm a panic stricken animal ‘It’s all right Cat You have to get over this Don’t you see whil

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