Lee Wilkinson writing career began with short stories and serials for magazines and newspapers before going on to novels. She now has more than twenty Mills . Kay Thorpe was born on in England. An avid reader from the time when words on paper began to make sense, she developed a lively. The Iron Man By Kay Thorpe - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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So the author lost me. Yes, possibly I'm having an OTT reaction to the unaddressed rape scene. Our dear h meanwhile, is reserving her OTT reaction for something else.

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The H did a dramatic turnaround one night and confessed his love, saying he would wait for her to return his feelings not kowing she's pregnant. Kinda sweet. In a psychotic way.

Then H has a near death experience, she decides she loves him and suddenly The End. Brother keeps trying to get the heroine to run away with him. Finally, at a party, the heroine falls down some steps and miscarries.

Hero is upset and accues the heroine of planning her accident. Heroine sees that they have no more ties to each other. She'll leave with the brother. As they are boarding the plane, the brother realizes the heroine is in love with the hero.

He tells her the truth about the H and the OW. They weren't sleeping together. The H loves the heroine.

She goes back into the airport where the hero is waiting to see their plane depart. Declarations and plans for more babies. HEA For all the hated tropes, this one was a solid read, but not that enthralling.

It wasn't intense enough because the heroine kept changing her mind about which brother. But it was entertaining in a soap opera way. Later on, she is shocked to see the man who almost hit her wandering around the store looking for her.

She makes a formal in person apology and explains that she was running late. The man seems to like what he sees and he asks her out.

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She declines. He waits around until she gets off of work and asks her out again, this time she accepts. Something about this dishy stranger is very appealing to her sensibilities. Over dinner she finds out the H is from the Virgin Islands and owns a large estate there, he had a half brother who was the product of his mother's affair, but he died a few years back and so there is only the H, his sister and their mother.

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The H explains that the dead son was the mother's favorite, when he died the mother sank into a deep depression and since she was always distant from her two other children, she spends her days mourning her favorite son, and isolating herself from everybody else.

The H and h really like each other, he claims she looks a lot like a lady he knew, and the physical passion is intense. They get into a heavy lurve moment when the H notices a distinct birthmark on her chest and calls her by another woman's name and accuses her of horrible things. The h takes the time honoured HP h reaction in times of distinct stress and passes out.

When she comes to, she explains that she doesn't know who she is and tells the h about the attack and the last two years of memory loss. The H explains that it was thought that she died with his brother in the car crashed that killed him, the car caught fire when it wrecked, so the bodies were pretty much unrecognizable and it was assumed that it was her because she had been seen earlier with the brother and the passenger was female.

The H insists that the h now owns half his estate because he had made his half brother a partner in the place in an effort to make him settle down. He insists that the h needs to go to his island with him and get things sorted out.

The h goes, cause at this point her woozy spells around the H are making her really nervous and she wants to know the full story and maybe get her memories back. So it is off to a British Virgin Island we go and things start to get intense. The h asks the H about her marriage and her dead husband and if the H knows anything about her life before that. The H tells her she was apparently an orphan, she had been raised by an elderly aunt who had passed away.

After the aunt died, the h went to Switzerland on a ski trip and met the H's half brother. She wouldn't go to bed with the brother when he tried it on, so he married her after two weeks and then brought her to the family island.

The marriage went bad pretty quickly, the H says they started having problems right away and they were only married two months when it was assumed they both died in the crash.

The H and h arrive at the family home and the sister is shocked to see the h alive, but seems to be pretty happy to see her and they quickly establish a new bond.

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The h is feeling out of place because the H has issued an invitation to a woman he was dating before he found the h and the mother isn't happy to see the h at all. The h is reeling from the weird jealousy see feels when she thinks about the H and his OW and reels even more when the mother accuses her of arranging the car crash that killed her son.The H loves the heroine. She has a strong vital writing style.

The h asks the H about her marriage and her dead husband and if the H knows anything about her life before that.

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