A Guilty Affair

A Guilty Affair

Diana Hamilton / Oct 16, 2019

A Guilty Affair He Belonged to Another Woman Even as the champagne flowed at her engagement party Bess realized she was promising herself to the wrong manHer fiancee was kind loving Bess had even looked forward to

  • Title: A Guilty Affair
  • Author: Diana Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780373119202
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • He Belonged to Another Woman Even as the champagne flowed at her engagement party, Bess realized she was promising herself to the wrong manHer fiancee was kind, loving Bess had even looked forward to becoming the perfect wife Until Luke Vaccari walked into the party, mesmerizing her with his raw, shameless sex appeal The intensity of her attraction was almost frighteHe Belonged to Another Woman Even as the champagne flowed at her engagement party, Bess realized she was promising herself to the wrong manHer fiancee was kind, loving Bess had even looked forward to becoming the perfect wife Until Luke Vaccari walked into the party, mesmerizing her with his raw, shameless sex appeal The intensity of her attraction was almost frightening was also forbidden Luke was about to marry her sister, and her feelings for Luke would have to remain a guilty secret If only Luke hadn t confessed to sharing mutual illicit desires

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    About "Diana Hamilton"

      • Diana Hamilton

        Diana Hamilton was born in a English town Wanting to be a country child, her imagination came into play at an early age, transforming a neighbor s tree into a forest, a hole in a stone wall into a gingerbread house, a gas puddle into a fairyland, complete with mountains, lakes and flower meadows She loathed housework but made to do her share, to lessen the boredom, she told herself stories, in a very loud voice, featuring princesses and flower gardens, discovering that telling herself stories was almost as good as reading them in a book.She loathed school with an equal passion and got through it by pretending to be somewhere else Even so she left grammar school with respectable grades And was sent to art college when she wanted to study to be a vet This was nowhere as bad as it had seemed because it was there, at age 18, she first saw Peter He had returned from two years active service in Korea to resume his studies, and Diana immediately fell in love with him.Gaining a degree in advertising copywriting, Diana worked as a copywriter and married Peter They moved to a remote part of Wales after the birth of their second child, Paul, when their daughter, Rebecca, was three years old There, Diana enjoyed pony trekking and walking in the mountains and her third child, Andrew, was born Itchy feet brought them back to England to the beautiful county of Shropshire four years later and they have been there ever since, gradually restoring the rambling Elizabethan manor that Diana gave her heart to on sight, creating a garden out of a wilderness of nettles, brambles and old bedsteads.In the mid 70s Diana took up her pen again to write stories to read to her three children at bedtime These were never offered for publication but the bug had bitten Over the next 10 years she combined writing over 30 novels, published by Robert Hale of London, with bringing up her children, gardening and cooking for the restaurant of a local inn a wonderful excuse to avoid the dreaded housework In 1987 Diana realized her dearest ambition the publication of her first Mills Boon romance, Song in a Strange Land She had come home And that feeling persists to this day as, around 30 Harlequin Mills Boon romantic novels late, she was still in love with the genre.Sadly, Diana Hamilton passed away on May 3, 2009, at her home in Shropshire, surrounded by her family She will be sorely missed by her fans and everyone at Mills Boon Harlequin


    354 Comments

    1. I was trying to think of the perfect shelf for this book, but neither “hero-is-a-slimball” nor “hero-is-a-douchbag” seemed quite right. Finally I hit on it: “hero-is-a-sulky-spoiled-baby.” Throw in “big-misunderstandings-up-the-wazoo” and you have a good picture of this one. The entire plot could have been averted if the characters had simply paid attention to one another instead of jumping to assumptions and wallowing in self-pity. I'll give it two stars for the achievement of k [...]


    2. Book starts with heroine and her fiancee having a engagement party. She and Tom have a safe relationship but when Bess meets Luke Vaccari she falls crazy in love with him. But her love is a forbidden love. Luke was about to marry her sister, and she is already engaged to her childhood friend. The problem is she can't resist temptation but things with Luke and her sister are not exactly what they seem. Plus Luke's ex wife was a first class bitch who took his money and left, then aborted his child [...]


    3. This was a very disappointing read for me. I love Diana Hamilton books however, this book didn't work for me. Though the author tells you how deeply they love each other, I just didn't feel this intense connection between the hero and heroine. There was too much inner dialogue and the author would state when/how things took place instead of letting the reader read it for themselves. There was a major theme throughout the book in regards to the heroine being unappreciated and undervalued by her f [...]


    4. Filled with angst, uncertainty and miscommunication, this book was an interesting read. Bess met Luke, her sister’s boyfriend, during her engagement party to Tom. She found herself disturbed by Luke and uncertain as to what it meant. She soon learned that she was deeply attracted to Luke and meeting him was the catalyst to some much needed changes in her life, including the loss of her virginity. Sadly, Luke was not in the market for a wife. He was looking for a lover. This devastated Bess who [...]


    5. Just ugh! Cheating all around in this. With a family like thisez, I felt so sorry for the heroine. Well, at least she got the hot Italian in the end!




    6. I don't get why this one has such terrible ratings! I loved it! It was angsty, full of miserable misunderstandings, a bitchy sister, and one of the most desirable heroes from a HP I've come across. He strived to save her, make her a better her, and was so sweet while still being alpha-dominant.


    7. Wow. Okay is the right word used for this book. First Luke/Luca is a sucky boy throughout almost the whole book when he doesn't get his way. Bess was the understated younger sister who's older sister had the morals of an alley cat. It was quite the book. I still don't get why Bess would want to be in love with a sucky baby instead of a real man. Tom was a total disgusting rat, patronizing Bess constantly and trying to change her, when he was doing the nasty with Bess's sister Helen. Gods, it was [...]


    8. He Belonged to Another Woman!Even as the champagne flowed at her engagement party, Bess realized she was promising herself to the wrong manHer fiancee was kind, loving. Bess had even looked forward to becoming the perfect wife. Until Luke Vaccari walked into the party, mesmerizing her with his raw, shameless sex appeal. The intensity of her attraction was almost frightening was also forbidden. Luke was about to marry her sister, and her feelings for Luke would have to remain a guilty secret. If [...]


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