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K a consultant was back in her life He hadn't changed a bit still dictorial and overbearing which was a problem because in th Why is it so comforting to read Betty Neels? The hero always takes care of everything the girl who is usually coping well on her own gets what she wants before she even knows she wants it Bossy men are usually a pain in reality because it is their wants not yours but not in a Neels book Oh and they are always handsome and rich Truly fantasy escape

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Eleanor remembered Fulk from her childhood and how she had disliked him Now Eleanor was grown up and a nurse and suddenly Ful Another deliciously sweet romance by Betty Neels Betty Neels is like a warm hot chocolate in front a blazing fire on a cold winters day When you are done you feel warm and fuzzy all over

  • Paperback
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  • Roses for Christmas
  • Betty Neels
  • English
  • 10 December 2019
  • 9780373020256

About the Author: Betty Neels

Betty Neels was born on September in Devon to a family with firm roots in the civil service She said she had a blissfully happy childhood and teenage yearsThis stood her in good stead later for the tribulations to come with the Second World War She was sent away to boarding school and then went on to train as a nurse gaining her SRN and Roses for PDF or SCM that is State Registered Nurse and Stat.



10 thoughts on “Roses for Christmas

  1. says:

    I love the gentle way Betty Neels weaves her love stories around just the right circumstances for her heroines to fall hopelessly in love Of course her heroes usually already know that the heroines belong to them they just have to be patientIn this one Betty gives us a Scottish heroine who is a nurse in Edinburgh Our hero is a medical Professor from Holland Their fathers were great friends however it's been 20 years since Fulk last visited Eleanor's family he'd been sixteen to Eleanor's five He'd always had a soft spot for her and she'd never forgotten him and how he used to soothe her childish tears Eleanor is a feisty young woman who doesn't appreciate his overwhelming ways and they find themselves always uarreling We of course know it's only a matter of time for these two to figure out just where all these sparks are leading to Ms Neels gives Eleanor a lovely HEA one worthy of a contented sigh

  2. says:

    Another deliciously sweet romance by Betty Neels Betty Neels is like a warm hot chocolate in front a blazing fire on a cold winters day When you are done you feel warm and fuzzy all over

  3. says:

    this is my fav book written by herwhen i visited londonmade sure that i visited a lot of places mentioned in her booksloved markd and spencerharrodds and selfridges

  4. says:

    Eleanor MacFarlane is a beautiful Scottish nurse with a large loving family Her family's home is in the very north of Scotland; her father is a minister and her mother runs a large household consisting of five children There are James Mary Eleanor Margaret and Henry The story opens when an old family friend Fulk van Hensum RDD comes to visit His late father was great friends with Rev MacFarlane Other than this there is no mention of any other members of Fulk's family which is uite unusual for LaNeelsEleanor last saw Fulk when she was five and he was 16 She recalls him pulling her hair her kicking his shins falling down crying and him picking her up and hugging her We know that he falls in love with her on sight although he is engaged to Imogen who is in the south of France; Eleanor says that he wasn't so polite yesterday when they first met and he replies one sometimes says the wrong thing when one is taken by surprise Eleanor becomes aware that she both likes and dislikes Fulk immensely and wonders how this is possibleSoon comes a blizzard in which Fulk and Eleanor must rescue the local schoolmaster with broken leg and boys from a mountain cave; Henry who is recovering from chickenpox and doing poorly goes home with Fulk; then Henry develops rheumatic fever and Eleanor must go to Holland to nurse him While waiting for Fulk and Henry to arrange for Henry's passport Eleanor amuses herself by writing a wish list Fulk picks it up and reads it Sable coat Gina Fratini dress Givenchy scarf Marks and Spencer sweater toothpaste surgical scissors every paperback I want roses for ChristmasNow with our heroine in The Netherlands the magical land of love she has plenty of time for her Dawning Realization On a long weekend Fulk drives to Cannes to see Imogen To break the engagement we wonder? Yes we later find out that Fulk found her amusing herself with a short fat balding American millionaireIn the meantime she gets looked over by Fulk's future mother in law not to be who comes to as she puts it look over Imogen's interests Regrettably Eleanor loses her temper uite a funny sceneHenry is recovering and Fulk fetches Eleanor's parents for Sint NikolaasSome lovely family scenes Fulk takes Eleanor out to explore Groningen on a cold rainy day and kisses her on a canal bridge Fulk takes her parents home; immediately upon his return Imogen telephones and Eleanor answers then gives the phone to Fulk Next day Imogen comes over presumably to see what Eleanor looks like She says she doesn't love Fulk and isn't going to marry him When she leaves Eleanor notices that folk is there and she urges him to run out and catch her He just laughs and says that Eleanor heard Imogen say that she didn't love him and wasn't going to marry him He says that when he went to Cannes he found that Imogen was consoling herself with an American millionaire An American millionaire is so much richer than a Dutch one you know Ha Then he proceeds to tell Eleanor that he hasn't loved Imogen since the moment he saw Eleanor sitting in the attic at her parents home and eating an apple Lovely declaration and proposal that followsuite a lot of smooching throughout; Fulk explains early on that he and Imogen agreed their engagement would not reuire either party to change their lifestyles Obviously a society marriage only Fulk is uite a fun RDD as well as being kind Eleanor is sensible but uite feisty Fulk tells her once that he may as well do something otherwise she would nag YES the n word him until he didJust super to use Henry's words

  5. says:

    Why is it so comforting to read Betty Neels? The hero always takes care of everything the girl who is usually coping well on her own gets what she wants before she even knows she wants it Bossy men are usually a pain in reality because it is their wants not yours but not in a Neels book Oh and they are always handsome and rich Truly fantasy escape

  6. says:

    Clean sometimes silly Christmas fluff I chortled at the doctor being referred to several times as groovy since the book was written in 1975 There is something comforting about all the tea times pets and garden walks that this British author includes in her romances

  7. says:

    Very mediocre Neels Maybe we are supposed to find the abrupt mood swings the arguments the bickering etc entertaining But it got really old really fastI can't actually say it is a bad book but so not to my taste at all If I could this would be 1 12 stars Bleh

  8. says:

    3 Stars

  9. says:

    Sweet

  10. says:

    OkayI'm on a Betty Neels' roll Again we have a rich Dutch doctor who falls for a nurse except this time she is pretty and she is Scottish She is taken with him too except she hasn't uite figured that part out She spends most of her time irritated with him because of an incident that happened 20 years ago at least that's what she thinks She hasn't figured out that she's actually irritated with him because he's unavailable; apparently the doctor is engaged The doctor gets himself unengaged uite early in the novel except we don't find this out until much later so the audience and the heroine are left wondering why he is kissing the heroine so much when he is supposedly not free This is a trend in Betty Neels' books that I find infuriating sometimeswhere the hero strings the heroine along and doesn't clarify the confusion she is experiencing over whether he is available or not Just a few words would smooth things out but then there wouldn't be much conflict and our nine chapter book would probably get reduced to three chapters

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