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Magic of the Baobab By Yvonne Whittal,

  • Title: Magic of the Baobab
  • Author: Yvonne Whittal
  • ISBN: 9780263773125
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Her peace of mind was wholly shattered Olivia Logan had used an unexpected legacy from her aunt to set up a book and stationery store in the bushveld country of northern Transvaal something she d long looked forward to She was leaving behind the bustle and loneliness of Johannesburg She hoped that her life in the small town of Louisville would be quieter and friHer peace of mind was wholly shattered Olivia Logan had used an unexpected legacy from her aunt to set up a book and stationery store in the bushveld country of northern Transvaal something she d long looked forward to She was leaving behind the bustle and loneliness of Johannesburg She hoped that her life in the small town of Louisville would be quieter and friendly And so it was until she found herself involved with the overwhelming Bernard King.
    Magic of the Baobab Her peace of mind was wholly shattered Olivia Logan had used an unexpected legacy from her aunt to set up a book and stationery store in the bushveld country of northern Transvaal something she d long

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    1. I liked this one a lot Hero puts his foot in his mouth and is forever digging his way out knowing he needs to work hard to win her over I so love a besotted hero sweet, but strong heroine delicious evil OW that causes major havoc in a relationship This had all the fun ingredients for HP Land I really enjoy YW s work.

    2. Read it again, and it is just such a silly, sweet, story, I had to up the rating, from 3 to 4 stars This one is another surprisingly low angst book from Yvonne Whittal, that takes place in the cute small town of Louisville, where everyone knows everyone else s business and tries to play matchmaker to each other The other YW book that takes place in the same location and involves recurring characters that we meet here is Dance of the Snake I read the two books out of order and it didn t bother me [...]

    3. Obviously not your typical Harlequin heroine when her response to a passionate kiss from the big besotted hero is, Did you have to do that Very satisfying old school romance intelligent heroine as the Mensch of the Baobab, alpha hero who actually has to put some effort into getting his girl, sweet daughter, appropriately awful evil woman plus interesting secondary characters Points off for the heroines too conciliatory concern for the evil other woman.Slow, slow burn in the romance stakes for th [...]

    4. The perfect little story about a woman who needed to feel part of a community so she moves to a small down after the death of her last family member Too cute His daughter France was sweet and the other evil woman did not stand a chance here The hero so in love with heroine that he even shaves his full beard He really wanted her It was obvious to anyone with eyes for sure Loved it.Keeper and worth a reread

    5. I started reading this book just to realize I have read it before I remember how much I loved Frances, the child and Vivian, the aunt The OW was a nasty one as usually is the case in Yvonne Whittal s books The lead male was very arrogant and I remember I wanted to slap him a time or two especially when he accused Olivia for encouraging Frances to leave the school without permission I laughed when Bernard shaved his beard and knew at that point that he was a goner.

    6. 3 1 2 Stars Orphaned when she was two, Olivia was raised by her mother s sister who was a strict but loving woman Growing up Olivia preferred the company of books and found that her profound shyness made it difficult to make friends As a young woman, many of her friends married and then drifted away, so that when her aunt died, Olivia found herself totally alone With the small sum left to her, she decided to open up a book and stationery shop in a small town away from the city Almost immediately [...]

    7. If u love a smitten caring gentle hero who is chasing a heroine ruthlessly then this is the book for you I have no idea how heroine managed to resist him for so long cause poor guy was totally persistent and so obviously in love

    8. The heroine had moved to a new town and opened a book store after her aunts death There she ran into the hero who accused her of corrupting his daughter As time past, the hero realized he was wrong and the heroine was a good and likable influence Eventually the hero pursued the heroine because he fell in love with her but the heroine wasn t to sure because there was an atrocious woman just around the corner trying her wiles out on the hero.The book was pretty adorable to read although at time I [...]

    9. Well to be honest I m a little shocked and surprised by how much I enjoyed this old school romance.The H h were both quite sweet really in their own ways although I have to confess to liking him than her.The H is your typical Afrikaans farmer who acts first and thinks later He insults the h when he first meets her after his daughter strikes up a friendship and is clearly vying for a new mum.The h while a little doorymatty and Pollyanna ery does not fall in instalove and makes it clear for much [...]

    10. Sweet story She is too considerate and understanding of the other woman bitchiness She played polite and nice though, and could have showed a little backbone considering she analized situation and came to her own conclusions that were right on And he dug his own deep hole that he didnt know how to dig out of, till he put his foot down and decided to go after what he wanted.

    11. Wonderful old harlequin, especially from Yvonne Whittal who can write such mean and nasty Heroes This one is only mean at the start because of the misunderstanding which he constantly tries to make up for during the rest of the book I found it so romantic that he shaved his beard as soon as he heard that the heroine was not partial to beards So cute

    12. I did enjoy reading this book A young woman moving from the bustling city life of Johannesburg, finds an unexpected, exciting love with a wealthy and overbearing man by the name of Bernard King It was sweet how the heroine tried her best to resist falling in love.

    13. I found a list of books I read during the summer when I was about 14 This was one of them I don t remember anything about it, but I read it.

    14. The heroine s limbs always were shaky.Weak legs, jelly legs, shaky legs and oh those hands Dont forget the shaky hands.She was 26 yet uber immature timid and boring.

    15. A beautiful story Lots of information I had to look up, like what a baobab looked like, but a lot of interesting facts mixed in with the story of Olivia and Bernard.

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