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A Haunting Compulsion Rachel Could Tell Something Was WrongRachel Had Been Hesitant To Spend The Christmas Holiday With The Shards In Their Newcastle Home After All, Liz And Rob Were Jaime S Parents And Might Have Been Rachel S In Laws Had Circumstances Been Different.But Jaime Shard Had Lied A Lie That Ended Whatever There Had Been Between Him And Rachel She Was Glad He Never Visited His Parents For The Holidays She Knew She Wouldn T Have To Face Him Again.Or So She Thought Until She Saw Liz Shard S Worried Face And Heard Her Blurt Out, Jaime S Home.


About the Author: Anne Mather

Mildred Grieveson was born on October 10, 1946 in England She had written all through her infant and junior years and on into her teens, the stories changing from children s adventures to torrid gypsy passions Her mother used to gather these up from time to time, when her bedroom became too untidy, and dispose of them Mildred has always wanted to write which is not to say she has always wanted



10 thoughts on “A Haunting Compulsion

  1. says:

    These two just aggravated the hell out of me I know this author likes to push the envelope, but this was ridiculous.Hero and heroine worked together, fell in love and had a passionate affair for almost 2 years She visits his family for weekends, they end up living together, and you think all is going to end


  2. says:

    Awful.What a vile family.The H lies by omission to the h about being married She breaks up with him when the wife comes to her and says she s pregnant The wife she did not know he had Later, during an argument, she yells at him about the deception and his defense is she never asked if he was married.Anyhoo, the plot


  3. says:

    Hero was married when he starts an affair with our heroine When she finds out she breaks things off but when hero s parents invite her to their house for Christmas she has to face him again At the end of the book he explains his marriage was not a good one, his wife was on drugs, she was viole...


  4. says:

    I can t stand the trope where nobody speaks up until it s too late Then when someone finally does, the other person refuses to listen Over and over and over, until it gave me a headache I was so sick of everybody I almost didn t finish Good thing or I would ve missed that warm and fu...


  5. says:

    Hero is married and she doesn t know heroin is hard head family drama


  6. says:

    Surprisingly, thus isn t as bad as Mather s other married man naive girl books The formula is pretty much the same, older married man with crazy wife has affair with younger, innicent girl She the girl finds out the truth, leaves him, and they mee...


  7. says:

    Could not finish it off Was immediately put off by the plotline.


  8. says:

    A good read.A likeable story full of passion and mistakes.Rachel having lost her father goes to visit her ex boyfriend s family for Christmas believing he will not be there Upon discovering he is there and as she needs a little bit of TLC stays.But old feelings are hard to resist for them both and passions ignite leaving Rachel feeling disgusted with herself for giving


  9. says:

    I actually enjoyed this story, there was a lot of facts and complications but the hero and heroine finally found their way I was completely devastated about the heroes mom, Liz I couldn t believe after everyt...


  10. says:

    3.5 stars


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