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by Cynthia Thomason

Download The Men of Thorne Island (Harlequin Superromance No. 1120) ePub
  • ISBN 0373711204
  • ISBN13 978-0373711208
  • Language English
  • Author Cynthia Thomason
  • Publisher Harlequin (March 1, 2003)
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Erotica
  • Size ePub 1104 kb
  • Size Fb2 1208 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 782

The Men of Thorne Island (Harlequin Superromance No. 1120) [Mar 01, 2003] Thomason, Cynthia

Harlequin Superromance No. 1268). All of her main characters are fully-realized and accomplished women. THE MEN OF THORNE ISLAND is no exception to Thomason's style.

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Harlequin Superromance. The men of thorne island. When Sara Crawford arrives on Thorne Island, she discovers that her inheritance is nothing like the photo in the glossy brochure the lawyer presented. For a start, the dock’s about to collapse into the lake. And The Cozy Cove Inn, so charmingly depicted in the pamphlet, is in desperate need of a paintbrush and a vacuum. And one cynical, sexy man with a secret who is equally opposed to change. But Sara’s never backed away from a challenge.

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Sara opened the brochure. A quiver of delight replaced the shock as she gazed at the glossy photos of Thorne Island, her island. One picture showed a small harbor with a narrow dock jutting into the lake. Another was of a charming Colonial-style cottage surrounded by a picket fence. A wooden sign over a gate read Cozy Cove Inn. The rest of the brochure was sales propaganda written by the Golden Isles Development Corporation.

When Sara Crawford arrives on Thorne Island, she discovers that her inheritance is nothing like the photo in the glossy brochure the lawyer presented. For a start, the dock's about to collapse into the lake. Another detail–not mentioned in the advertising or in her aunt's will–is the fact that the island has four longterm inhabitants, each with an unbreakable lease. Three intensely private, cantankerous recluses who want no part of Sara's improvement plans.

Gina had been fluffing and snipping and drying for what seemed like hours, though his watch indicated it had only been thirty minutes. Aren’t you done yet, G? he asked. Aren’t you done yet, G? he asked his face, and he jerked away from the hot air. What’s your hurry, sweetie? she said. It’s not like you got someplace to g. .She forced the wiry curls at his temple into submission with a blast of heat. Okay, I guess I’m done. I gotta tell you, Nickie, I’ve cut the hair of five-year-olds who were better behaved than you were today. She rested her chin on the top of his.

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Three intensely private, cantankerous recluses who want no part of Sara’s improvement plans. And Nick Bass is the most attractive challenge she’s met in a long time!

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Fort Lauderdale CPA Sara Crawford learns that she has inherited Thorne Island on the Ohio side of Lake Erie from her Aunt Millie who she has not seen in fifteen years. Her aunt's Cleveland based attorney admits he has not seen the property, but the brochure he sent her makes it look wonderful. Sara changes her post April 15th vacation plans from Aruba to Ohio.
However, the island is nothing like the brochure, as the Cozy Cove Inn needs plenty of work to become habitable though four men live there. Apparently her aunt leased rooms to these recluses for twenty-five years at one hundred dollars per person. Though she wonders how these gents conned her aunt, to her surprise she finds one of the hermits Nick Bass quite attractive and he reciprocates. However, as they squabble and fall in love, he keeps a few secrets about his past from her including his true identity fearing that once she learns the truth it could end their relationship which was built without trust.
THE MEN OF THORNE ISLAND is an amusing romance with serious undertones that will grip the audience through the lead couple, the other three rascally hermits, additional secondary characters, and a yellow VW Bug. The story line provides the audience with delightful dialogue often humorous, yet it continually reminds the audience that everyone needs somebody to need them. Cynthia Thomason writes a contemporary romance that will turn the sub-genre into hermits for a few hours.
Harriet Klausner
Brariel
I have read several books written by Cynthia Thomason, and I love this author.
First of all, her prose is lovely. It is a pleasure to see the way that she uses language.
Second, her heroines never are inexplicable bits of fluff that make a reader wonder why any editor wasted paper on them. All of her main characters are fully-realized and accomplished women.
THE MEN OF THORNE ISLAND is no exception to Thomason's style. Sara, the heroine, is an accountant who inherits an island with an old inn on it, an inn that looks charming in the brochure that the estate's lawyer sends her.
Of course, the inn is not charming, but Sara works miracles with it so that, yes, it quickly is made charming.
Sara also seems to know a great deal about running a vineyard and, conveniently, this island also houses an abandoned winery.
In fact, if there is a single flaw in this book, it is that Thomason is not allowed enough space to really explain and expound on Sara's apparently diverse and thorough store of knowledge.
Nonetheless, the novel races along, with the reader rooting for Sara and her growing romance. The character of Nick is one of those perfect fictional men that real women also hope to find.
THE MEN OF THORNE ISLAND is an interesting, entertaining and, ultimately, touching story.
Bloodray
I'm absolutely in love with this book! The dynamics of Sara and Nick's relationship kept the pages turning faster than I wanted them to. I laughed, but was intrigued to the very end (which I didn't want to happen). I think I'll just have to read it again... unless of course, there will be a sequel. Ha!
This was great reading and I highly recommend it. Great job, Ms. Thomason!