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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After he recovers and is back to work, he sorta treats the wife like a after thought But Liz is a strong woman who is willing to risk everything for the man she loves-the man she hopes will one day love her.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Now had he slept with that bitch Myra, I’d have burnt the book if Liz had taken him back! She cannot bear to visit him in the mirrored house of horror, and so has his friend arrange to bring him to his cabin. Passion grew as Mjrrors helped Grant recover his zest for life.

Published March by Harlequin Books first published July But I liked it. Often in these 80’s romances we know the hero’s truly tortured and remorseful of his behaviour because he becomes reclusive and drinks himself into oblivion.

Customers who bought this item also bought. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. She has no pride, and is like a little lap dog that willingly follows her master. But I prefer it when the hero does og good chapter or two of delicious and succulent grovelling, but did the hero grovel for all the wrong he’s done the heroine? I like the trope of the Hero loving the OW from the start with Heroine coming in second best because, duh, the angst is a given from the beginning.


Grant however has been in love with a vain and hateful model named Myra, whom he has been with for several years Grant Battersby is a doctor who was involved in a car accident.

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I liked how view spoiler [ she set him free with dignity when the OW came back to the picture and how she washed her hands off him forever but later, engineers their getting back together when she finds out he realised, almost immediately, his mistake in returning to the OW. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local housw.

Grant is heartbroken about Myra’s desertion of him and feeling awful, but still wanting a life, he eventually asks Liz to marry him because he needs a woman in the home as well as in his bed. But no other reasons were provided. Learn more about Amazon Prime. They had known each other when they were growing up and in fact, Liz felt she was in love with the older man.

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It’s too abrupt and I want to read Grant grovel a little bit more. Still, this was mirros good read and I was happy for their HEA. Grant is very rough around the edges but soon Liz is softening him up a bit. It’s a decent book.


His reasoning, as clearly laid out by him, is that he’d rather be married to anyone than not be with anyone.

Liz can’t stop herself from going to see how Grant is, and once she sees him, she’s determined to stick by him and pull him out of his black hole. Learn more about Whitral Prime. I’ll have to see what other books I have in my tbr by Ms. See all 3 reviews. Again, not sure what about this marriage appeals to either of them so much? But when he discarded Liz easily view spoiler Definite keeper. Her forthrightness, her strength, how she challenges him to overcome his disability and not wallow in self-pity, and her selfless love, I didn’t see doormat, I saw a determined, hopeful and stoic heroine.

House of Mirrors by Yvonne Whittal

Still, it wasn’t the best, could have been better, all that jazz, but I think I still might like Yvonne Whittal as a writer. Once was more then enough for me. Myra was apparently so vain that she couldn’t move about her house without being able to gaze at herself on every wall. An indictment on her vanity, perhaps?