Adam's Daughter

Adam's Daughter By Jean S. MacLeod, Adam s Daughter After Adam Denharn died his daughter Susan knew that for the sake of his young widow her beloved stepmother Evelyn she would have to accept the take over of the family business But how could she ev
  • Title: Adam's Daughter
  • Author: Jean S. MacLeod
  • ISBN: 9780373016938
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Adam's Daughter By Jean S. MacLeod, After Adam Denharn died, his daughter Susan knew that for the sake of his young widow, her beloved stepmother Evelyn, she would have to accept the take over of the family business.But how could she ever accept the man who was taking it over the arrogant Maxwell Elliott
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    About "Jean S. MacLeod"

    1. Jean S. MacLeod

      Jean Sutherland MacLeod was born in 20 January 1908 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK She was the daughter of Elizabeth Allen and John MacLeod Her father, who was a civil engineer, moved with jobs Her education began at Bearsden Academy, continued in Swansea and ended in Newcastle upon Tyne She moved to North Yorkshire, England to marry with Lionel Walton on 1 January 1935, an electricity board executive, who died in 1995 They had a son, David Walton, who died two years before her She passed away on 11 April 11 at 103 years.Jean S MacLeod started writing stories for the magazine The People s Friend, before sold her first romance novel in 1936 She wrote contemporary romances, most of them were set in her native Scotland, or in exotic places like Spain or Caribbean, places that she normally visited for documented From 1948 to 1965, she also published under the pseudonym of Catherine Airlie She published her last novel in 1996, a year after her husband death She was member of the Romantic Novelists Association, where she met the mediatic writer Barbara Cartland, who was not too friendly.

    681 thoughts on “Adam's Daughter”

    1. Wow, nobody, but NOBODY was likable here Nor was there any romance, like a Peyton Place soapy small town story And the writing was not compelling to me at all The dialogue was stilted and wooden The lengthy descriptions of the local setting, culture and customs burdensome and uninspiring rather than evocative and lifelike This was my first try with this author and I won t be coming back for view spoiler The main conflict is between the prickly heroine who inherited shares of her father s Scott [...]


    2. I know this was written so many years ago, but I found it lacking in the romance department The characters were a little flat, there was no real conflict between the main characters except for business There was a man that was sort of the third part of a love triangle, but again was written very flat and two dimensional I did like the secondary characters as they seemed real to me.


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