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by Betty Neels

Free eBook Polly (The Best of Betty Neels) download ISBN: 0373199139
Author: Betty Neels
Publisher: Harlequin Readers' Choice (May 13, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Erotica
Size MP3: 1969 mb
Size FLAC: 1573 mb
Rating: 4.6
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It is very old fashioned - written in 1984, Polly uses a typewriter and carbon paper to type Sir Ronald's book.

It is very old fashioned - written in 1984, Polly uses a typewriter and carbon paper to type Sir Ronald's book. Polly" has one of Neels' standard plot lines - a plain, poor English girl from a loving family falls in love with a rich handsome doctor (although, for a change he's not Dutch) even if she doesn't realize at first that she's in love with him. Neels also throws in a fiancée for the doctor who of course is all wrong for him and one of her.

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Mills & Boon presents the Betty Neels collection. Timeless tales of heart–warming romance by one of the world's best–loved romance authors engaged to be married? Working for Professor Sam Gervis was difficult enough, even if you hadn't fallen in love with him. But Polly had. Luckily she was realistic. Sam was engaged to the lovely Deirdre, and besides, he would never look twice at anyone as quiet and mousy as her. So Polly sensibly decided to get away and take up a new career nursing children

She does her best to ignore the instant attraction she feels for him. It wouldn't do to dream of marrying the boss-especially when Henry is already engaged to the haughty Lucilla

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Working for Professor Sam Gervis was difficult enough, even if you weren't falling in love with him...which Polly was. Luckily she was realistic about the situation. Sam was engaged to the lovely Deirdre. And besides, he would never look twice at anyone as quiet and mousy as Polly. So she decided, sensibly, to get away and take up a new career nursing children. But she soon discovered that Sam was not an easy man to escape!
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Mikarr
Polly Talbot is an intellectual girl fluent in both Greek and Latin. She lives in a country village with her family - father is a schoolmaster, mother is housewife, younger (in years, anyway) sisters Cora and Miriam who are pretty social butterflies, and younger brother Ben. She gets an opportunity to type a manuscript for a local scholar, Sir Ronald, that compares various aspects of the Greek and Roman worlds and she embarks on this project. All too soon, Sir Ronald dies of a sudden stroke. A grumpy, handsome older man, Professor Sam Gervis, (age 36) takes on oversight of the publication of the book and Polly goes to stay at his home to complete her work. His younger sister, Diana, lives with him and she and Polly become friends. Professor Gervis is engaged to Dierdre who is described as tall, dark, skinny, horsey-faced with beautiful clothes and exquisitely coifed hair. Dierdre is rude to Polly and while Polly doesn't like her, she is polite.

While working on this project and coming in contact with Professor Gervis often, Polly becomes unsettled and unsatisfied with her life. She decides to pursue a career and decides on nursing. She doesn't yet know that Professor Gervis is a professor of surgery and on the Board of Governors at the hospital where she has arranged to train.

Soon, Polly has her DR. Sam tells her she will never be a nurse. Staff Nurse Stockley is mean to her. Dierdre continues to be rude when they meet. Polly saves one of the babies on the ward by taking him to Sam, but Staff Nurse is horrified and chews her out thoroughly. Polly finally decides to give up her nursing and goes home.

Sam comes to her home and is about to make his Declaration and Proposal when he gets a phone call about a block of flats that collapsed and injured a number of babies and children. He leaves post-haste, with Dierdre arriving hard on his heels and telling Polly a whopper that she and Sam are getting married in two days.

Polly tells her mother she wants to visit Aunt Maggie in Scotland and leaves on a train. She will have to change trains at Crewe. Reenter Sam to whom Mrs. Talbot tels all. Sam hotfoots it to Crewe, in spite of having been in surgery all night.

Sam catches up with Polly in Crewe, makes his Declaration in the station. PDA ensues. When Polly remonstrates Sam for kissing her in the middle of the Crewe station, Sam replies that he thought it was paradise. :)

I like that Polly is an intellectual. I, too, enjoyed the peek at the first early bit of nurse's training. I love Sam's explanation of his grumpiness: "I loved you to distraction, and it's getting worse every minute. But at first I didn't quite believe it, so I made a kind of smoke-screen of ill humour and of coldness." Bonus points for one of the nurses, whose name is, I kid you not, Freda Honeybun!
Mala
I love all the old fashioned sweet romances by Betty Neels. I read them all many years ago and am now reading them for the 2nd and even 3rd times on my Kindle. She wrote them all on a formula. Usually a romance between a Dutch doctor or professor and an English young lady. There is always some type of conflict that has to be settled before the happily ever after. No violence and no sexual content.
Dream
Polly Talbot isn't quite sure what she wants to do with her life so she agrees to help Sir Ronald Wise type a book he is writing. She enjoys her work except for one thing - Sir Ronald's friend Sam Gervis. Sam unnerves her for some reason and she decides she needs to get away from him and decides to start a new career as a nurse. But Sam isn't that easy to get rid of and he turns up again in her life. Polly is falling in love with Sam, but there's a big obstacle in her way - he's engaged to the lovely Deirdre.

I've read almost all of Betty Neels's romance novels and "Polly" is now one of my favorites. It is very old fashioned - written in 1984, Polly uses a typewriter and carbon paper to type Sir Ronald's book. "Polly" has one of Neels' standard plot lines - a plain, poor English girl from a loving family falls in love with a rich handsome doctor (although, for a change he's not Dutch) even if she doesn't realize at first that she's in love with him. Neels also throws in a fiancée for the doctor who of course is all wrong for him and one of her favorite plot devices - a moment when Polly is in danger and the doctor must rescue her. None of this is new for Neels (it never is) but she had a way of telling the same story over and over again that is enjoyable and keeps me buying and reading her books. Polly is a feisty heroine - intelligent, realistic about her looks, a hard worker who loves Sam enough to let him go. Sam is a good hero, in love with Polly early on, but willing to wait until Polly realizes she is in love with him. None of this is particularly believable, but makes for a nice escape from the real world. Neels's romances fall in the "sweet" category, meaning some stolen kisses, but nothing heavy and no sex.

"Polly" is one of Betty Neels's best romances.
Rich Vulture
I have been buying Betty Neels books for my mother (in her 70's) at her request, as an introduction to using a Kindle. I can say without hesitation that she loves all of these books. As she has said, "The plots may all be somewhat similar and the stories quaint, but I enjoy them immensely and find them endearing." What better recommendation could there be? And the Kindle Paperwhite? She loves the backlight and the ability to make the font larger.
you secret
I enjoy Betty Neels books so much because the stories are sweet and simple. They rarely vary much from book to book, but that is part of their charm. I loved it and recommend it as a good rainy day or lazy Sunday book.
GAZANIK
Good, clean interesting story
Fearlesssinger
Betty Neels is my favorite author
Always enjoy Betty Neels books, try them They are the sort of books that you keep on hand for a rainy day or when you feel down.