Yesterday's Scars

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Yesterday's Scars

Yesterday s Scars How could Rafe have turned against her Only when Hazel Stanford returned home to Cornwall after three years did she realize the extent of her feelings for Rafe Savage She was no longer just infatuated

  • Title: Yesterday's Scars
  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9780263752632
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • How could Rafe have turned against her Only when Hazel Stanford returned home to Cornwall after three years did she realize the extent of her feelings for Rafe Savage She was no longer just infatuated with him she was head over heels in love But Rafe was bitter and angry and cold as ice toward Hazel Was the accident that left him scarred and partially lame responsible How could Rafe have turned against her Only when Hazel Stanford returned home to Cornwall after three years did she realize the extent of her feelings for Rafe Savage She was no longer just infatuated with him she was head over heels in love But Rafe was bitter and angry and cold as ice toward Hazel Was the accident that left him scarred and partially lame responsible Or was it her Hazel knew love could heal his wounds, but if Rafe were to send her away, how could she administer the cure

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    1. Dianna on said:

      This is one of those books that annoys me the more I think about it, so it did a good job of making me pay attention, I guess.Hazel is nearly 21 and has spent the last 3 years working for a doctor in the US. Before that she lived in Savage House with her guardian and non-cousin (it’s complicated), Rafe. Rafe is 18 years Hazel’s senior, and there are unresolved tensions in their relationship.To put it mildly.Hazel become Rafe’s ward when she was 10, and had known him since she was small. Th [...]

    2. Jenny on said:

      Carole Mortimer vintage is simply fantastic! As usually in her romances there is plenty of angst in this one and this is why it's so damn good. Rafe became Hazel's guardian when she was only 14. Hazel was smitten with him since then and in her 18th birthday Rafe who was also attracted to her slept with her.Of course he instantly regretted it and sent her to America so she could move on and get over him. Now 3 years later Hazel is back and is shocked to find out that Rafe is scarred and disfigure [...]

    3. bookjunkie on said:

      Guardian-ward romance that had the potential to go a lot deeper than it actually did. He was way older and had known her since she was 10 years old. The big antagonist was his half-sister Celia, who was unreasonably evil and spiteful to the point of being a caricature. Added angsty elements included his big accident that left him scarred and with a damaged hip, and a nice, friendly OW.It was a good read, but I would've liked seeing some more affection from her. He was so tortured and insecure ab [...]

    4. Alexis-Morgan Roark on said:

      Just started to read this one.n!Greata guardian/ward themed book. I wonder how old THIS guy is going to be in relation to our heroine? OkaySetting aside bias/prejudices in this regard.18 year DIFFERENCE??? Okay. Okay. Setting prejudices/biases aside, suspending reality, sticking head in the sand, reading with one eye closedWhatever! What a crock! Okayme parts were good but others were simply unbelievable!If he knew of his sister's malicousness then how could he believe her of something so import [...]

    5. Sruthi on said:

      Carole Mortimer has her own way of making you fall in love with her characters and plots . Plot is new and refreshing , at least I didn't read anything of this sort earlier , not even something similar . Rafe is Hazel's guardian . He is 39 and she is 21 , He keeps her away because he thinks he is not a suitable man for her , one being the age difference , two , because of his scars on his body he had acquired in a blow out . Hazel leaves everything behind and moves to America when she was 18 , n [...]

    6. Kay on said:

      3 1/2 Stars ~ Hazel was fourteen when her parents died and she was taken in by her step-mother's nephew Rafe. She was a teen in need of TLC and Rafe showered her with the affection and attention that she needed. This didn't sit well with Rafe's sister, Celia, who was six years older than Hazel. And as Hazel slowly matured, Celia played games and undermined her relationship with Rafe. But Hazel was infatuated with Rafe, certain it was love, and loved to flirt with him, testing her feminine wiles. [...]

    7. Azet on said:

      'Talking of past lovers,' Rafe interrupted coldly, 'you won't find the brush and comb set among the things removed to my room.' 'I---I won't?' He shook his head. 'I told Sara to dispose of them.' 'You did what?' Cold anger flared up within her. 'You had no right! No right to------' Now it was Rafe's turn to be angry. 'I had every right!'He stood up to come round the desk, grasping her shoulders ruthlessly to shake her hard. 'You're my wife now, Hazel! My wife! And I won't allow you to have anyth [...]

    8. Roub on said:

      they were both very much in love, had been 4 a long time. however they thought it was unrequited n dat was so laughable ! it was so obvious they had the hots 4 each other n more than dat, they had keen affection which had developed into love over time. one thing which annoyed me unbearably was hazel playing the martyr. she let celia walk over her n spread lies. i think right at the start she shud have cleared the air wid rafe instead of believing celia. overall, this was an average read. quite g [...]

    9. IamGamz on said:

      Great story. Hero is a jerk - but you can't help but like him. Heroine is young and a bit annoying. She loves the H and wants him at all costs. His sister is a spoiled, vindictive shrew who did all she could to ruin the relationship between the H & h. Also, H is 18 years older than the h and was her guardian. Classic HP - Loved it!!

    10. Giovanni on said:

      A little bit anticlimax on the scene when they confess their feeling to each other, i think it could be more intense but loved it!5 stars!

    11. Christine on said:

      So bad. Hazel is an immature idiot and pain in the ass. Don't waste your time.

    12. Booked on said:

      descriptionHow could Rafe have turned against her?Only when Hazel Stanford returned home to Cornwall after three years did she realize the extent of her feelings for Rafe Savage. She was no longer just infatuated with him--she was head over heels in love!But Rafe was bitter and angry--and cold as ice toward Hazel. Was the accident that left him scarred and partially lame responsible? Or was it her?Hazel knew love could heal his wounds, but if Rafe were to send her away, how could she administer [...]

    13. MissKitty on said:

      Just an okay read. The heroine was super childish, although she was only 20 - she acted like. 16year old. The H was decent enough but a bit too old. I like a H with some experience in him but come on they had an 18 year age gap! Plus the bitchiest sister ever, she acted like the OW!! I found this a bit unpalatable and the justification for it was quite weak. Not one of Carole Mortimer's better books.

    14. Tulia Lash on said:

      It was good, the ending was a bit rushed and an epilogue would have been nice, there were loose ends that needed to be tie, like the H hip surgery !!

    15. Trina on said:

      Absolutely awful. H & h were both annoying; the h was especially childish - a complete ninny.

    16. Christina (SteepedinBooks) on said:

      I didn't like the H or the h very much - he was a jerk and she was immature. So why did I give this three stars? Because it was an OTT cheesy angst-fest with a bitchy heroine who gave as good as she got to an equally bitchy hero. No, they weren't likable, but it was kind of fun watching them be miserable together because neither one of them could be honest with each other to save their lives. Instead of a conniving, manipulative OW, we had a conniving, manipulative sister to the H. I wanted to s [...]

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