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Island Interlude

He truly felt guilty about the circumstances surrounding the other woman and interluude place in mcalliister life and he was functioning on this guilt as well. You can now embed Open Library books on your website!

G rated it liked it Aug 04, This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. He does seem sorry for the abandonment, but I wasn’t feeling much love for him and his demanding little wimpy ways – especially without a really good explanation of why all the sudden he needs to be proclaimed the h’s son’s father publicly.

He hadn’t expected Libby to be so bitter about their past, but he couldn’t blame her either. I wanted to use the skillet on him multiple times. But the H really loves the h in spite of all that and he knows that she doesn’t love him as much because he lurved her up with his best mojo moves and she was still kinda distant afterwards. Books by Anne McAllister. Jen rated it liked it May 25, When he’d queried her about her research and learnt she’d not yet completed her Masters, he asked her why she’d delayed.


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Libby can’t trust him when he declares he wants her not just his son. I really wanted to hate Alec for his coldhearted treatment of the 18 year old Libby, but Ms. His question, ‘When annee you going to tell Sam that I’m his father? Finally, I got my hands on this beaut and I was not disappointed!

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. All in all I enjoyed the book because the hero was so uncertain and kept giving chase.

When he learns that Libby’s also there, he’s eager inetrlude see her again. Missy rated it it was amazing Jan 31, So the h finishes her research and she and her son go back to Iowa. This is a love story I’m sure I’ll be reading again and again I’m fond of epilogues and would have loved one for Libby and Alec’s story.

The h is hoping to avoid the H, but he seeks her out and acts interlufe she should be delighted to see him.

Island interlude

But there is a complication with the h accidentally meeting a reporter, who keeps asking her out but has no idear she knows the H, conflicting demands on the H’s time as he is in the planning process of a new movie and then ANOTHER actress comes to fling herself upon the H. It’s so painfully obvious to the reader – if not to the clueless heroine – that he is beyond smitten.


Download ebook for print-disabled Prefer the physical book? Then the h felt even more a fool when she opened a gossip mag and found the H had a daughter almost the same age as her son. The H doesn’t want to hear that someone else took “his” place and so he gets irky about things.

Tho she called and even wrote the H to let him know about the baby, the H had his people deflect her calls and he callously sent her letter back unopened with a note saying he was married and done with her. I thought the story was beautifully depicted and the characters well developed.

She’s here now doing research for her dissertation, and she’s brought her seven year old son, Sam with her. The H wants in on iskand family duo situation and he starts imposing his presence on a very reluctant h.

Unable to trust Alec, Libby refuses, saying when the time is right. One of AM’s earliest books, Island Interlude is an emotional reunion annf with a secret baby trope, an exotic setting, a strong heroine and a hero in pursuit. No trivia or quizzes yet. Island Interlude by Anne McAllister.