Don Joaquin's Pride

Don Joaquin's Pride

Lynne Graham / Feb 22, 2020
Don Joaquin s Pride There was no escape Joaquin Del Castillo was as proud as his Latino heritage and he instantly acted to right the wrong that he believed had been done to his elderly loyal employee He would lure the
  • Title: Don Joaquin's Pride
  • Author: Lynne Graham
  • ISBN: 9780373121274
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • There was no escape Joaquin Del Castillo was as proud as his Latino heritage, and he instantly acted to right the wrong that he believed had been done to his elderly, loyal employee He would lure the girl who owed the old man money to Guatemala, and here she would stay until she agreed to repay her debt But something about Joaquin s captive didn t add up On the surface,There was no escape Joaquin Del Castillo was as proud as his Latino heritage, and he instantly acted to right the wrong that he believed had been done to his elderly, loyal employee He would lure the girl who owed the old man money to Guatemala, and here she would stay until she agreed to repay her debt But something about Joaquin s captive didn t add up On the surface, Lucy Paez appeared to be a glamorous gold digger, but underneath she was innocent Joaquin s pride unleashed consequences he hadn t expected his contempt for her was rivaled by his blazing desire
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      • Lynne Graham

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information Lynne Graham was born on July 30, 1956 of Irish Scottish parentage She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven t stopped since then.Lynne first met her husband when she was 14 At 15, she wrote her firstbook, but it was rejected everywhere Lynne married after she completed adegree at Edinburgh University She started writing again when she was athome with her first child It took several attempts before she sold herfirst book in 1987 and the delight of seeing that first book for sale in thelocal newsagents has never been forgotten Now, there are over 10 million ofher books in print worldwide.Lynne always wanted a large family and has five children Her eldest and heronly natural child is 19 and currently at university Her other fourchildren, who are every bit as dear to her heart, are adopted She has two9 year olds adopted from Sri Lanka and a 5 and a 3 year old adopted fromGuatemala In Lynne s home, there is a rich and diverse cultural mix, whichadds a whole extra dimension of interest and discovery to family life Thefamily lives in a country house surrounded by a woodland garden, which iswonderfully private The family has two pets Thomas, a very large andaffectionate black cat, bosses the dog and hunts rabbits The dog is Daisy,an adorable but not very bright white West Highland terrier, who loves beingchased by the cat At night, dog and cat sleep together in front of thekitchen stove Lynne loves gardening, cooking, collects everything from oldtoys to rock specimens and is crazy about every aspect of Christmas.


    508 Comments

    1. Yesterday I reviewed the alien human romance, Marco s Pride, today Don Joaquin s Pride is under scrutiny Although pride, is not his sin I guess Don Joaquin is sentenced to Anger Management Class doesn t have the same ring to it But first, the lying liar heroine, a doormat with an evil twin Evil twin was widowed at 17 and bilked money out of her husband s Guatemalan father by asking pretty please To be fair, the father gave out of pride theme alert and managed to bankrupt himself in the process W [...]


    2. I wasn t crazy about this book, but if you like romances where the hero is constantly, constantly shrieking at the sheltered virgin heroine about her lack of morals , and she just stands there taking it, then this might be for you Except for the last 15 pages or so.



    3. I like this kind of story strong hero, mistaken identity and twins But what I didn t tolerate was the stupid and silly heroine She unbelievably didn t fit the story There was another thing I didn t understand I read this sentence a lot Dark colour scoring his proud cheekbones What does it mean Is the hero embarrassed, angry or what I asked Sarcastically.


    4. This story is a bit illogical, too dramatic at the start Trying to hold the heroine in the middle of nowhere until she sign the agreement Come on, that sounds so absurd But other than that I think it s an okay story I love it when there are so much pain and hurt Yeah, cruel me, har har har D



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