Forgotten Passion

Forgotten Passion His pride made him believe the worst Five years ago Lisa Hayward had fled her exotic island home of St Martin s leaving her just begun marriage in ruins Back in London she concentrated on raising h

  • Title: Forgotten Passion
  • Author: Penny Jordan
  • ISBN: 9780373106677
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • His pride made him believe the worst Five years ago, Lisa Hayward had fled her exotic island home of St Martin s, leaving her just begun marriage in ruins.Back in London, she concentrated on raising her son, Robbie Rorke s son The child was all that remained of that bitter, beautiful time.Now Rorke had found her again, and intended to take her back but not for love HeHis pride made him believe the worst Five years ago, Lisa Hayward had fled her exotic island home of St Martin s, leaving her just begun marriage in ruins.Back in London, she concentrated on raising her son, Robbie Rorke s son The child was all that remained of that bitter, beautiful time.Now Rorke had found her again, and intended to take her back but not for love He still believed Robbie couldn t be his Why couldn t he remember that storm shattered night they had spent lost at sea

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    1. PJ has ruined me for other authors. She was such a flawless author. I love her crazy heroes and her saintly heroines. This book is full of angst, drama and passion! It's a reunion story about a married couple who break up when hero thinks heroine cheated on him and got herself pregnant with another man's child. Poor heroine 17 year old and pregnant abandons him and moves to London.Five years later heroine is back in her husband's home to visit her sick father in law. Hero still believes Robbie i [...]

    2. Finally i finished it ,it was a little difficult cause the plot was good and interesting and had laods of potential but the author spolit it with unsolved issues which left till the end Lisa is 16 years old when she and her stepbrother hook up. But she never said she was 16. All age questions were answered with nearly 17 or almost 17,Rorke has a girlfriend Helen who sleeps with whoever she wants whenever she wants. While he's visiting this girlfriend with Lisa in tow, they confess their feelings [...]

    3. I have to say that the age difference between the hero and heroine somewhat bothered me when this couple first came together sexually.She being,16, not quite 17 and the hero being 27!This is typical old school Penny Jordan which had all the angst and drama which her books were known for.She will be missed.I did enjoy this read and had one of my fav tropes of second chance love and a child.Not a secret child ,as the hero knew about the boy,but he thought was another man's child.I wished the evil [...]

    4. An older HP, told totally from the heroine's POV. Heroine is 16, hero is 27 when books starts. He knocks her up and then forgets about it. When she fesses up on the wedding night he refuses to believe her. She runs. The story picks up 5 years later. He finally finds out the boy is his and feels like a heel. He should have felt like a heel much earlier. Decent writing within the formula. At least the plot felt like it was full rather than a skeleton of a plot which is how most of the newer HPs fe [...]

    5. Idiotsl of them! The wanna be other woman pushes my child off a coral reef and he needs to have a transfusion as a result, and we don't open a can of whoop-as& on her?Freaking BS!!I'm tired of wanna be and really was OW getting away with the crap they dish out!!BTW, you'll need a lobotomy to beleive some of the crapola in this one.Ohd don't get me started on the whole blocking out ONLY the part where they made love and THAT'S the main reason he doesn't believe the kid is his!! Give me a a br [...]

    6. Don't even. The ick factor is too high. She's 16! 16! And plus he's her stepbrother! The H was unbearable with his over-active conscience. And the solution to being unable to control himself was marriage to can I say it again a 16-year-old! Penny J is one my favourite authors to escape real world problems but this was too much. Heroine's repetitive stance and his pig-headed denials about being the father of their child set my teeth grinding. I was so annoyed with the stupidity of both h and H th [...]

    7. This story was written in 1983, and it hasn't aged well.Sometimes old skool HQ have charm or crazy drama that can still be appreciated 3 decades afterward, but I'd say this one doesn't hit that mark.Basic plot, H(in his late 20's) marries h(who has been raised since she was very little as his baby sister, and has only just turned 17). On their wedding night he finds out she's not a virgin(gasp) and that she's preggo (double gasp!) and kicks her out! Alas, fool that he is, hit his head and doesn' [...]

    8. Wow really it took him 5 years to figure out that he had sex wth her!?? Come on that just stupid! The kid was a little old for his age and I can to tell ya I did not like the hero at all for treating a pregnant 17 year old like that. He lost all my respect and I think he needed to make a grand jester to put things right for 5 years of neglect. Shit my heart just bleeds when I think of the poor naive girl or 17 having a kid after just one night with an asshole who kicked her when she was down. I [...]

    9. I did like the book but I wanted to smack the hero a bunch of times. He was so stupid about his attitude towards the heroine. He should of trusted her and used his head. Instead he failed her and his son in so many ways. The ending was abrupt and kind of sucked though.

    10. Warning - somewhat ranting and rambling review ahead. The Hero and heroine grew up together with the hero's father in the Caribbean. When the heroine is 16 (no, "almost" 17 doesn't make it better), she tags along with the Hero and his girlfriend for a night out. The Hero can't keep his hands to himself while dancing with the heroine in front of said girlfriend. They decide to get married. Hero has a lot of hang ups about the heroine being so young and something or other about his father wanting [...]

    11. This is a typical Penny Jordan. I truly like some of her books, but occasionally I get quite annoyed with the constants in her books. They all tend to follow a similar patter: I hate > I love you but don't tell you > I love you and tell you with the occasional jealous bit in between and the woman never knowing what the man thinks and no deep conversations between the men and woman.This book was of a slightly different line of reading which made a refreshing change. In this book they loved [...]

    12. 32-ليلة ثم النسيانعبير الجديدة.رونالد, هو, لا ,ليس بعد خمس سنوات منذ ان غادرت الكارايبي, ليزا تربي وحدها ابنها ,ابن رونالد هذا الولد الذي ولد نتيجة الهوى.لم تنسى ليزا ابدا تلك الليلة لكن رونالد بعد الصدمة لا يذكر انه مارس الحب مع المراة التي ستكون زوجته, واعتبرا نها غير مخلصة وطر [...]

    13. Rorke 26 yaşındayken Üvey kardeşi 16 yaşındayken aşık oldu. Onu o kadar arzuluyor ve saplantılı şekilde aşıktı ki bunun sonu çok kötü olduher ikisininde başına patladı.Tamam Lisa'da onu deli gibi seviyordu ama Rorke'un gurur'u yüzünden herşey 5 yıl gecikmeli oldu zaten.Neyseki bazı bok durumlardan kurtulup kavuştular ve mutlu son! YAY!

    14. hero was a real so-and-so but it was very good and quite satisfying love story !!!with all the ridiculous harlequin story lines we all love so much the rare blood type etc.I have to admit I wanted to change her age to read 20 and not 17 so I could enjoy it without cringing.

    15. Acheté en 1985 sous le titre "une nuit et l'oubli", ce livre est un de mes préférés, je viens de le relire 30 ans après et suis toujours conquise !

    16. Cute, one time read. The hero seemed to genuinely love her and felt bad about his 'big mistake' at the end which is always nice. Their child is cute.

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