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Verified Purchase. You wouldn't think any girl with a lick of sense would even consider running away to Brazil with a man like this around. TGB must have hated a girl named Antonia because this younger sister of Rolf's has been the cause of a misunderstanding in two of her books! I like a feisty, sassy heroine but Sam bordered on the rude and even worse, came across as a martyr.
That said, it was lovely visiting with Rolf and Sappha and the Baroness again. It is not as bad as I previously thought. There are some memorable bits. Giles, of course, is still just as wonderful as before. Antonia at least is blameless as to Samantha's misunderstanding. I particularly liked the description of Baby Rolf with his miniature satyr's eyebrows ha!
And of course, the part where Sam plans to run down a Brazilian mine. As one of the Betties put it, "Giles does everything but put up billboards and hire sky writers. Samantha stubbornly ignores it all. As Giles is driving her to Schiphol, "Samantha knew now, deep in her bones, that he liked her.
I'm glad I reread this. Staff Nurse Samantha Fielding had one golden rule: never get involved. The attractive Giles ter Ossel made it difficult to keep. So, she agreed to return to Holland to nurse Antonia through her recovery. Samantha's calm and professional exterior hid a breaking heart. Meanwhile, Giles was determined to be happily married - to the right girl.
The story involves two patients with two different medical issues throwing the characters together and two different misunderstandings keeping them apart. Sometimes friends are friendlier if they don't meddle, especially when the actions are negative. The older man knows his heart but doesn't say anything.
He is waiting for Samantha to catch up, but of course when she does, she still doesn't realize how he feels. Never mind the kisses, she has made her own assumptions, missing out on why he calls her "enchanting. Good read. Can't put it down. Go to Amazon.
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Betty Barbara here-- I liked Samantha a bit more than you did. In that first interview with Giles before she knows who he really is -she's trying to be serious, he's being cheeky-of course she snorted! I would have rolled my eyes or glared at him! But her decision to dislike him and then keep on disliking him the dinner party scene was annoying. But the hero found her enchanting--I'm not sure why. To me she was generic Neels heroine--a bit dim with a penchant for jumping to conclusions. I loved Giles, though.