House Of Mirrors By Yvonne Whittal – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. House of Mirrors [Yvonne Whittal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. She never got over her crush on Grant. Liz had become a successful. Title, House of Mirrors Volume of Harlequin Romance. Author, Yvonne Whittal. Publisher, Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, ISBN,

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Search Results Results 1 -6 of 6. I was excited when the heroine left was kicked out by the hero. What a pathetic excuse for a woman she had no pride or dignity!

House of Mirrors by Od Whittal. Liz’s your typical heroine, tomboy but gentle enou I loved it!

The hero returns, tells her he loves her and always has Myra doesn’t do that damaged injured bit and she’s left him. Not a few, measly crocodile tears and a reunion engineered by everyone but the “hero”.

Has wear to the cover and pages. Except the heroine and lack of grovelling. View all 37 comments. May 27, Fre06 Begum rated it it was ok. She had him wrapped around her fingers so tight, kf could see no fault in her. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I need at least 2 chapters of sweet, sweet grovelling from the hero.

Both Grant and Liz came to realize what it means to give and receive love. I did so get a kick of the angst in this one! He is an ogre of a hero, biting and saying mean things, and insulting her, because he is so bitter and cynical. Want to Read saving…. This is one book I wish I had never picked up. Your order is also backed by our In-Stock Guarantee!


There’s a problem loading this menu right now. I yonne that his behaviour at the beginning of their marriage clearly proved he cared and so I can believe he’s seen the light.

Like most heroines, our heroine doesn’t know the concept of personal space or privacy and barges into the hero’s life to “help him”. In the weeks that follow, Grant resumes his surgery schedule and pulls himself away from Liz.

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She wants to help him and so in the process, he begins to get better and asks her to marry him. The stress of all huse and the shock of losing her husband makes her lose her baby. I whitttal of every, every single one of her actions, admired her in fact.

Then, the middle portion of the book begins. No eBook available Amazon. They recently got engaged, about 6 years later, but am accident leaves the hero disabled, with a broken arm, his yvonn as a surgeon ruined.

Because if the reader hadn’t realized until that point that the hero doesn’t care for the heroine, the author wanted them to realize it. Mansion For My Love. Liz loved Grant a childish love since she was 16 and he was chasing after her elder sister.


Not condoning the heroine’s choices at all in case there are young readers looking at this review. She comes to clean up and cook for him every day, and a few days later, he asks her to marry him.

Did you know that sinceBiblio has used its profits to build 12 public libraries in rural villages of South America? Dec 23, Aayesha Khatri rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Wanna why I had a hard time whittwl this one He has a bitchy other girlfriend of course but when he has an accident and loses his job Myra abandons him. Liz is there for him supporting and loving him so he proposes if and she accepts even though she knows he doesn’t love her the way she loves him.

The heroine was so perfect, I loved her, I more than loved her! Passion grew as Liz helped Grant recover his zest for life.

House of Mirrors by Yvonne Whittal

It’s too abrupt and I want to read Grant grovel a little bit more. One person found this helpful. One ov that bothers me is definitely the ending. But I prefer it when the hero does a good chapter or two of delicious and succulent grovelling, but did the hero grovel for all the wrong he’s done the heroine?