An Ideal Wife

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An Ideal Wife

An Ideal Wife A most suitable match Louisa Howarth enjoyed her job as a doctor s receptionist until Dr Thomas Gifford appeared on the scene She found Thomas aloof and demanding but incredibly attractive So when Lo

  • Title: An Ideal Wife
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • ISBN: 9780373036479
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
  • A most suitable match Louisa Howarth enjoyed her job as a doctor s receptionist until Dr Thomas Gifford appeared on the scene She found Thomas aloof and demanding, but incredibly attractive So when Louisa discovered he was engaged to the totally unsuitable Helena, she decided it was her duty to stop Thomas from making a terrible mistake But Louisa hadn t counted on heA most suitable match Louisa Howarth enjoyed her job as a doctor s receptionist until Dr Thomas Gifford appeared on the scene She found Thomas aloof and demanding, but incredibly attractive So when Louisa discovered he was engaged to the totally unsuitable Helena, she decided it was her duty to stop Thomas from making a terrible mistake But Louisa hadn t counted on her growing feelings for Thomas, or on the possibility that it wasn t Helena he wanted to marry after all

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    1. Fiona Marsden on said:

      This is one of Neel's rare English heroes. In this case it is Dr Thomas Gifford, engaged to skinny selfish Helena.When he meets curvy tall Doctors receptionist Louisa Howarth, her blunt speaking triggers animosity between them.All the same, Louisa knew Helena was the wrong wife for him and sets up her own unwanted suitor Percy with her. It all looks to be going swimmingly when she realises that what she really wants is for Thomas to be happy. Which may mean Helena after all.

    2. Pamela Shropshire on said:

      Well this is unusual! We have a heroine - an Olivia - who has a good job, her own income left to her by her grandmother, and who owns stylish expensive clothes! She also has a stepmother who, while not exactly loving, is at least not the wicked stepmother from Cinderella. She also has a would-be fiancée, Percy; he is the typical Harrumphrey. Louisa is secretary to Sir James Wilberforce, a consultant physician. He tells Louisa that he has taken on a part-time partner, Thomas Gifford, Who is the [...]

    3. Teri-K on said:

      Louisa is a doctor's receptionist who lives with her spoiled step-mother and occasionally goes out with a pompous man who thinks he wants to marry her, though she has turned him down several times. When she meets Dr. Gifford they don't immediately hit it off, but circumstances keep throwing them together. Only when Louisa meets Dr. Gifford's spoiled fiance does she decide to get involved in his life and separate him from this unsuitable attachment. Not that she wants him for herself This is one [...]

    4. Sara Mitchell on said:

      3.5 starsTypical Betty Neels book. Very old fashioned style story but it's a good read when you don't want to think too much or get caught in a twisted plot.

    5. Debbie on said:

      This one I did not enjoy as much as a normal Betty Neels book. I felt she rambled at lot in the beginning and rushed the ending.

    6. Stacy on said:

      As soon as I started reading this book I knew I was going to like it. Kept me interested right until the very end.

    7. Shilpa on said:

      I think this will be my favourite of all Betty Neels' novels. I loved both the characters very much; definitely loved Louisa. She comes across as a busybody who needs to mind her own business in the beginning but eventually you are pulled into her schemes. I loved the fact that she was absolutely blunt and held no compunction while speaking her mind not just to Thomas but to everyone she meets in the novel. I enjoyed the way Thomas is not described as mini royalty as heroes are treated in other [...]

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