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  1. says:

    25 Stars Prolific authors of romantic fiction for the most part have a formula Barbara Cartland places chaste beauteous Regency era heroines in the clutches of dashing rouges Danielle Steel's characters suffer ludicrously and nobly while making rock stupid decisions before Finding The Courage To Love Again Norah Roberts flings PTSD suffering women into a web of melodramatic suspense danger and an unwilling alliance with a handsome mysterious stranger And though this is the first novel I've read by Emilie Loring her formula seems to involve debutantes or heiresses ensnared by intrigue in new or exotic surroundings As an avid consumer of romantic fiction I occasionally view the authors as name brands and their novels as a product I'm in need of at that particular moment And when judging the merits of a romance novel I look at the sturdiness of the formula and how it holds up under the weight of new characters new surroundings new situations and plot complicationsLoring employs many of the romantic fiction tropes still being utilized today and 'Hilltops Clear was published in 1933 in service to her particular formula; a heroine relocating to a rural area from the Big City a meet cute between the two leads followed by a reluctant partnership and misunderstandings galore There were a great many instances in 'Hilltops Clear' despite its rigid adherence to type where the story zigged just as I was expecting it to zag A circus subplot you read that correctly and a passive aggressive social climbing meddler so common a foil to heroines in vintage romances kept things lively So why the low ish rating? The heroine Prudence Schuyler takes the blame for my impatience with this book Relentlessly chipper and prone to dramatic pronouncements I shall call myself Prue of Prosperity Farm I'm a woman of affairs Prudence grated on my nerves from the first Even exasperating were Prudence's ham fisted attempts to solve the several mysteries besieging her burgeoning timber business all of which ended with her needing to be rescued from some ridiculous situation and a playboy leading man endlessly and bewilderingly fascinated by her At least author Loring spares the reader any tired 'city girl tries to go country' shenanigans by allowing Prue to uickly become adept at farm living


  2. says:

    Another from my dad's stack of old paperbacks So far I have only read one other Emilie Loring book and this one seemed follow the same mold Enjoyable but I think I will wait a while before I read any from her


  3. says:

    I really liked this one of Emilie Lorings I loved the cozy cottage setting and the country she described It was just a nice and sweet book


  4. says:

    I started reading Emile Loring books when I picked up a paperback from a rack in a hotel lobby for 50 cents while on my sister's my yearly vacation to visit my father Hooked I went on to purchase and read every Emilie Loring romance written and available in paperback not knowing that she had died before I was even born I loved these books but read them when I was between about 12 and 18 years old I was a young reader do keep that in mind


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Tnership with the despised playboy Against her will Prue's heart began to stir Did she have the courage to keep her heart in check Would she find the happiness in which she had ceased to belie. I really liked this one of Emilie Lorings I loved the cozy cottage setting and the country she described It was just a nice and sweet book

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Business PartnersBy starting a farm in Maine Prudence Schuyler hoped to forget the tragedy that had broken her faith in all rich and attractive young men But her new neighbor turned out to be. 25 Stars Prolific authors of romantic fiction for the most part have a formula Barbara Cartland places chaste beauteous Regency era heroines in the clutches of dashing rouges Danielle Steel's characters suffer ludicrously and nobly while making rock stupid decisions before Finding The Courage To Love Again Norah Roberts flings PTSD suffering women into a web of melodramatic suspense danger and an unwilling alliance with a handsome mysterious stranger And though this is the first novel I've read by Emilie Loring her formula seems to involve debutantes or heiresses ensnared by intrigue in new or exotic surroundings As an avid consumer of romantic fiction I occasionally view the authors as name brands and their novels as a product I'm in need of at that particular moment And when judging the merits of a romance novel I look at the sturdiness of the formula and how it holds up under the weight of new characters new surroundings new situations and plot complicationsLoring employs many of the romantic fiction tropes still being utilized today and 'Hilltops Clear was published in 1933 in service to her particular formula; a heroine relocating to a rural area from the Big City a meet cute between the two leads followed by a reluctant partnership and misunderstandings galore There were a great many instances in 'Hilltops Clear' despite its rigid adherence to type where the story zigged just as I was expecting it to zag A circus subplot you read that correctly and a passive aggressive social climbing meddler so common a foil to heroines in vintage romances kept things lively So why the low ish rating The heroine Prudence Schuyler takes the blame for my impatience with this book Relentlessly chipper and prone to dramatic pronouncements I shall call myself Prue of Prosperity Farm I'm a woman of affairs Prudence grated on my nerves from the first Even exasperating were Prudence's ham fisted attempts to solve the several mysteries besieging her burgeoning timber business all of which ended with her needing to be rescued from some ridiculous situation and a playboy leading man endlessly and bewilderingly fascinated by her At least author Loring spares the reader any tired 'city girl tries to go country' shenanigans by allowing Prue to uickly become adept at farm living Pills and Pacifiers: An Age-Play Medical Fantasy era heroines in the clutches of dashing rouges Danielle Steel's characters suffer ludicrously and nobly while making rock stupid decisions before Finding The Courage To Love Again Norah Roberts flings PTSD suffering women into a web of melodramatic suspense danger and an unwilling alliance with a handsome mysterious stranger And though this is the first novel I've read by Emilie Loring her formula seems to involve debutantes or heiresses Felt and Torch on Roofing: A Practical Guide ensnared by intrigue in new or Diamonds, Gold, and War: The British, the Boers, and the Making of South Africa exotic surroundings As an avid consumer of romantic fiction I occasionally view the authors as name brands and their novels as a product I'm in need of at that particular moment And when judging the merits of a romance novel I look at the sturdiness of the formula and how it holds up under the weight of new characters new surroundings new situations and plot complicationsLoring King John and Magna Carta: A Ladybird Adventure from History book employs many of the romantic fiction tropes still being utilized today and 'Hilltops Clear was published in 1933 in service to her particular formula; 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Just such a man sporting debonair and immensely wealthy Rodney Gerard When lumber baron Len Colloway threatened to seize the valuable timber on her and Rod's properties she was forced into par. Another from my dad's stack of old paperbacks So far I have only read one other Emilie Loring book and this one seemed follow the same mold Enjoyable but I think I will wait a while before I read any from her