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Emma s Wedding Meeting Dr Roele van Dyke was a blessing for Emma He always seemed to go out of his way to make her happy and she couldn t imagine life without him And when the time came for Roele to return to Amste

  • Title: Emma's Wedding
  • Author: Betty Neels
  • ISBN: 9780373036998
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meeting Dr Roele van Dyke was a blessing for Emma He always seemed to go out of his way to make her happy, and she couldn t imagine life without him And when the time came for Roele to return to Amsterdam, he knew he couldn t leave Emma behind So he offered her a job But did Roele want Emma as his secretary or his wife

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    1. Barb in Maryland on said:

      Not top of the line Neels, but still pretty good. Our heroine, Emma, acts a lot younger than the 27 she is supposed to be, which makes her rather annoying at times. And the Big Misunderstanding towards the end was very thin. But our Rich Dutch Doctor (Roele)is a real sweetie.A welcome bit is Emma's genuine grief at the death of her mother (who was killed in a car accident as a plot device!). Not often does Our Betty depict true grief (in spite of the number of times she kills off parents, guardi [...]

    2. Tonya Warner on said:

      Yes, light, fluffy reading at it's best.Emma Dawson has already been through the trauma of losing her father and finding out that she and her mother are broke. Selling everything and moving to a remote town was their only option. Trying to get her selfish mother to realize the extent of their money troubles, Emma stuggled to make ends meet. Meeting Dr. Roele van Dyke turned out to be the best thing to happen to her.Emma believed she was just going to be his secretary, but he had other plans. Aft [...]

    3. Leona on said:

      This is not one of Betty's better works, so I would recommend a pass. Which is a shame given it had a lot of potential.Key issues 1) Emma is immature for her 27 years and behind the surface (all that loving kindness and self martyrdom) her character isn't well developed. 2) The hero is a real sweetie, but I never felt that I truly got to know him. Even though his POV is integral to the story and the only saving grace.3) The threads weren't cohesive and there is a brother mentioned in the first c [...]

    4. Virginia on said:

      Quotes like the following is one of the reasons I read Betty Neels"They left on a chilly damp morning-a day winter had forgotten and left behind."

    5. Pamela Shropshire on said:

      Poor Emma Dawson has been saddled with outstanding debts after her father dies; he had invested heavily in computers and lost all his money. Even worse, her mother is spoiled, selfish, whiny and refuses to moderate her spending and social life. Thus it is left to Emma to arrange to sell the Richmond house along with all the valuables, including their expensive clothing!They are allowed to keep the cottage in Salcombe so they move there, where Emma takes on the housework, cooking and shopping. Sh [...]

    6. Nenya on said:

      i kept waiting for a bust up, with h's mother spending all of her hard earned money. but before that could happen, she was killed off :|. and the h can't go being angry at her (and her overdrafts). funny how the brother wasn't mentioned later on. i just realized reading the comments that there was supposed to be one, early on. only he's backpacking through australia and can't be bothered to contact them (or sth.)ill, typical betty neels. rather sweet.oh, there's a shadowy ow, who the H was in lo [...]

    7. Teri-K on said:

      Quite pleasant typical Neels story. The hero is a nice guy in this one and Emma is the spunky heroine who never lets life get her down.

    8. Nell on said:

      Gorgeously oldfashioned but still soothing and sweet. The perfect antidote to a stressy day in the modern world.

    9. Heather on said:

      Another marriage of convenience plot. Brian asked what the appeal was to female readers. It's hard to explain.

    10. Mudpie on said:

      3.5*I do like the trope of a marriage of convenience in which the hero Already fell in love with the heroine, and had hoped to woo her during their marriage and gain her love. There's usually the purpose to protect the heroine in whatever circumstances she's found herself in. But these heroes are usually so good at playing it cool that the poor heroine ended up feeling like a child/sister/niece! Haha!I really wish our Betty Neels heroes would just TALK. They are always called away by patients wh [...]

    11. Carrie on said:

      Rich Dutch doctor? Check.English nurse? Nope. But we have a redheaded English spinster (at 27!) who can work as a medical secretary, for part of the time in this story. She's a girl who comes from a wealthy background, but because of the death of her father, has been thrust into financially dire straits. She's no snob when it comes to finding work to support herself and her family. This time, the heroine has a rather unhelpful and selfish mother who is out of touch with their new lifestyle of ec [...]

    12. Marcel on said:

      Sweet Romance Betty Neels never disappoints. Whenever I need a happily ever after, these old fashion- doctor romance is perfect for cold snowy days.

    13. Anuradha on said:

      Roele is the dutch doctor this time. Wonder how many dutch names did Betty Neels dig out for her books ! Her list is endless !!!This set of hapless maiden and all-knowing dutch doctor make for an easy read. But nothing sticks in the mind after finishing the book. Just simple uneventful Betty Neels.2.5 stars probably, I dint have the mind to make it a 3 star.

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