[Return To Yesterday [BOOK] Free Reading Ebook Author Robyn Donald


  • Paperback
  • 186
  • Return To Yesterday
  • Robyn Donald
  • English
  • 23 April 2018
  • 9780373106318

10 thoughts on “Return To Yesterday

  1. says:

    My god what a Horrible bookthis is the first ever book that i have read n cursed myself for reading itcursed myself cause i have a bad habit that what i ever i start reading i have to read till the end no matter how bad the book may be so think how i made through the bookThis is another one of those stories where you have a violent heroalpha

  2. says:

    I like this because this is one of the earliest example's in HPlandia of how to make a cheating H workNo one likes infide

  3. says:

    Pretty conflicted on this one It had some disturbing elements no doubt And there were a few uotes from the hero that were hideously 'OMFG you did not just say that' Which not gonna lie I sometimes enjoy just for the sheer shock value effect However I'd tread lightly if rape and domestic abuse are a trigger Overall it's a gripping read written in the older style of only getting the heroine's point of view In some ways I prefer the

  4. says:

    I just can't evenNoPlease don't give me a reason why this book is good or acceptable Because it's notHe cheats that there is unacceptable and

  5. says:

    Catlin wants to buy a bookshop bu

  6. says:

    Wow I didn't think Robyn Donald could pull off a cheating hero who cheats and rapes but she did here I won't go into the plot summary because Katie V did a great job in her review but here's the basic scenario He

  7. says:

    What can I say I love books where the hero is faithful after he messed up big time In this book they also deal with marital rape and t

  8. says:

    25 stars Here’s my problem with this book and a lot of Harleys with this theme I hate it when the author start telling th

  9. says:

    When I started reading this book I thought the hero was a jackass and by the the time I finished yeah he was still a jack

  10. says:

    “Rage mixed with terror whitened her face‘I’m not going to hurt you’ he said with soft emphasis speaking soothingly like a man trying to calm a panic stricken animal ‘It’s all right Cat You have to get over this Don’t you see while you’re so frightened of me you’ll always be in my power”“I meant what I said You will neve

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Return To Yesterday

Can to get you into my bedBut she was determined not to surrender her heart to a man however persuasive and irresistible who would never be satisfied with merely one wom. 25 stars Here s my problem with this book and a lot of Harleys with this theme I hate it when the author start telling the story of reunited couples after all of the angst is over They always start when the couple meet up again and pass up all the misery of the pass relationship that had caused the Hh to break up in the first place which is the best part IMO That s the part I want to read That s the part that makes the book interesting I want to experience all the horridness of the cheating hero or the hateful mother or the naive young spineless virgin growing into the fire cracker from the beginning of the relationship I want to see it all And that s why I think this book failed me Our hero cheated on the spineless heroine while letting his mother and friends walk all over her and she goes away for six years and comes back swinging That s all good but boring if I can t get to see all the

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N AustraliaNow forced to return to Conal for a favor she was surprised to discover he wanted her back All's fair in love and war he said This is both I'll use any trick I. Catlin wants to buy a bookshop but the only way she can get the funds released from her inheritance is go home to Auckland and face Conal the husband she hasn t seen for than 6 years It s going to be brutalCatlin was 17 when she married Conal shortly after her father s death left her an orphan with a farm and no one else to turn to He took her to the city where his mother pointed out that Catlin in no way measured up to Conal s first wife who died only a very short time ago Conal has a little girl and his mother is parenting her Conal s friends all make Catlin feel like a big stupid hick and Conal doesn t help much he s cold and mean and angry all the time Then Catlin starts hearing whispers that Conal has a mistress It s confirmed when she finds them in bed together in Conal s beach house When Conal returns home Catlin throws the truth of his infidelity at him There s a huge argu

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She never wanted a reconciliationSix years ago Catlin Loring had stumbled on her husband in bed with another woman Shattered she'd fled New Zealand and begun a new life i. Pretty conflicted on this one It had some disturbing elements no doubt And there were a few uotes from the hero that were hideously OMFG you did not just say that Which not gonna lie I sometimes enjoy just for the sheer shock value effect However I d tread lightly if rape and domestic abuse are a trigger Overall it s a gripping read written in the older style of only getting the heroine s point of view In some ways I prefer the old style although in certain situations it is nice to get the hero POV You certainly have to pay attention to cues about the hero s body language expressions and dissect what he says You are forced to draw of your own conclusions with the single POV I always feel like I m in touch with the heroine and personally immersed in the story when seeing things through her eyes alone In my amateur opinion I think it is harder to write single POV than multi POV if done rightThis wa


About the Author: Robyn Donald

Robyn was born on 1940 in Northland New Zealand She was the oldest child in her family and as a child she thrilled her four sisters and one brother with bloodcurdling adventure tales usually very like the latest book she'd borrowed from the libraryRobyn owes her writing career to two illnesses The first was a younger sister's flu She was living with her husband and Robyn and spent most of