[PDF/EBOOK] Temple of the Dawn ↠ Anne Hampson

Summary Temple of the Dawn

Er employer and was shocked by his harsh attitude toward Alacho She determined to bring warmth and love into the life of this loney bi. It s hard to love a hero who hates his own child Paul Mansell was forced by a panicking nanny to save his baby Alacho from their burning home The minutes lost made all the the difference in saving his wife who died horribly in his arms after being burned alive He carries scars on his face and handsSince then he cannot bring himself to love Alacho who is now six years old When she bonds with teacher Lexa on a visit to England he employs her as a nanny to solve the problem Lexa is at first disgusted by his attitude to the child but dislike turns to pity when she realises the tragedy of his lossHer only thought it to reunite father and daughter Set in the city of Bangkok and neighbouring islands this is a sweet story of a man healed by the love of his daughter and his guilt over his lost wifeUnlike many of these stories Paul loved his first wife and this makes it harder for him when he finds himself noticing his lovely employeeI enjoyed the story and the heroine was likeable and altruistic in her actions The hero once he allowed himself to become close to his daughter was everything you want in a herobearing in mind the era

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Temple of the Dawn

Tter man But could she compete with the haunting memory of his dead wife Anyway Paul seemed to be incapable of every loving anyone aga. Another swing of the pendulum for Anne Hampson and we re back to one of those books that makes you want to throw something through the window either the H or yourself The H is emotionally withholding cruel and an idiot The h is a doormat pathetic and an idiot who will always be second best

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When Lexa came to Thailand as nanny to Alocho Mansell her only concern was for the delightful little girl Lexa disliked Paul Mansell h. 35 stars because view spoiler the heroine goes out with another guy dangling him along all the while knowing he has feelings for her and she doesn t just so that she has someone to comfort and coddle her I really really didn t like that about her hide spoiler


10 thoughts on “Temple of the Dawn

  1. says:

    I do not often feel the urge to swear in my reviews but let me tell you it is a fight not to with this one It was so so badAnd the worst part isit didn't need to be? While not as vintage Harleuin as A uality of Magic I was still suckered into the story with the hope that it was written long enough ago that it would not totally suck For some r

  2. says:

    The heroine was a terribly inappropriate nanny and acted like an OW trying to use a plot moppet to snag herself a rich widower Who tells their pupil it is okay to call her auntie without consulting with the parent first? Aft

  3. says:

    35 stars because view spoiler the heroine goes out with another guy dangling him along all the while knowing he ha

  4. says:

    It's hard to love a hero who hates his own child Paul Mansell was forced by a panicking nanny to save his baby Alacho from their burning home The minutes lost made all the the difference in saving his wife who died horribly in his arms after being burned alive He carries scars on his face and handsSince then he cannot bring himself to love Alacho who is now six years old When she bonds with teacher Lexa on a visit to England he e

  5. says:

    ಠಠ He was the worst and a jerk

  6. says:

    Very uneven and as a whole unsatisfyingI like a heroine with backbone who is forthright who stands up for her charge here a motherless young

  7. says:

    I couldn't get my head round how the H could treat his own child with such hate but then his grief and distress seemed extreme so who am I to judge His frilly shirts also side tracked me and the h using OM as a diversion was really uncalled for This picked up after they got married and the time lines seemed realistic and in line with a slow development of love but the ending still felt like an abrupt turn aro

  8. says:

    Despised the hero in this novel He was a jerk who treated his child cruelly

  9. says:

    Another swing of the pendulum for Anne Hampson and we're back to one of those books that makes you want to throw something through the window either the H or yourself The H is emotionally withholding cruel and an idiot The h is a doormat pathetic and an idiot who will always be second best

  10. says:

    Is the Mishima reference intentional? Will I have to a find and b read this to find out?