A Fallen Star by Janie Summers

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... this book has a character in blackface...Even without the offensive elements...it failed as a romance as well, and I honestly can’t recommend it at all.
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When it comes to both love and mountaineering, one wrong move can be fatal…

Even before she arrived at Invergarth Outdoor Pursuits Centre on the west coast of Scotland, Holly knew she’d made the wrong decision. She should never have allowed her uncle to persuade her to return to the tough, sometimes brutal world of mountaineering.

Her devastatingly handsome boss, Torquil Sinclair, shares Holly’s opinion completely. In fact, he seems determined to make her new job unbearable. As his assistant, Holly understood that she wouldn’t be expected to participate in the more hazardous activities, and could concentrate on re-establishing her neglected photographic skills.

But even her uncle cannot protect Holly from the truth—about the past, herself and Torquil. A truth Holly would never willingly have faced, if Torquil had not forced her to…

This Retro Romance reprint was originally published in 1987 by Robert Hale, Ltd.

 

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Published May 21, 2013 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 160 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Willaful on Jun 24 2013

... this book has a character in blackface...Even without the offensive elements...it failed as a romance as well, and I honestly can’t recommend it at all.

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