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The wedding deception Suanne was thrilled that her mother was remarrying But everyone expected her to attend the wedding with her own fiance, the very gorgeous Sloane Wilson Wlloughby the bridegroom s son How could Suzanne admit their engagement was off But Sloane had a plan For the weekend of the wedding, they d play the part of a happy, soon to be married couple Which meant sharing a suite and a bed And secretly, Sloane also intended bringing about the second family wedding of the weekend DO NOT DISTURB Anything can happen behind closed doors ❰Download❯ ➻ Their Language of Love Author Bapsi Sidhwa – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk the very gorgeous Sloane Wilson Wlloughby the bridegroom s son How could Suzanne admit their engagement was off But Sloane had a plan For the weekend of the wedding [KINDLE] ❄ Turbulence By Samit Basu – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk they d play the part of a happy [KINDLE] ✿ Der letzte Held Author Samit Basu – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk soon to be married couple Which meant sharing a suite and a bed And secretly ➵ [Read] ➯ Agua By Bapsi Sidhwa ✤ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Sloane also intended bringing about the second family wedding of the weekend DO NOT DISTURB Anything can happen behind closed doors The Bridal Bed


About the Author: Helen Bianchin

Helen Shirley was born on February 20 1939 in New Zealand, where she grew up, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading She wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a secretarial job at a father and son legal firm.At age twenty one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruise ship from Auckland to Melbourne Alas, no shipboard romance, as she spent all four days in her cabin suffering from sea sickness After fifteen months working in Melbourne, Helen and her friend bought a vehicle and took three months to drive the length and breadth of Australia, choosing to work in Cairns in order to fund the final leg of our journey to Sydney.It was in Cairns that Helen met her future husband, Danilo Bianchin, an Italian immigrant from Treviso He was a tobacco sharefarmer from the tobacco farming community of Mareeba His English was pitiful, and her command of Italian was nil Six months later they married, and Helen was flung into cooking for up to nine tobacco pickers, stringing tobacco, feeding 200 chickens, a few turkeys, ducks plus killing, cleaning and cooking the same Her knowledge of Italian improved, and there were hilarious moments in retrospect Some of what she endured was cooking on a wood burning stove, having no running hot water, a primitive shower and toilet facilities, washing uniforms for two soccer teams during the soccer season floods, horrendous hailstone damage to tobacco crops, hardship, and the stillbirth of their first child Then, to their joy, Helen s daughter, Lucia, was born Three years later the couple returned to New Zealand, where they settled for sixteen years During those early years, they added two sons, Angelo and Peter, to the family.With multiple anecdotes of farm life in an Italian community to friends, the idea of writing a book occurred A romance, set on a tobacco farm in Australia s far north, Queensland, featuring an Italian hero Helen says, the background was authentic, believe me However the hero was rich and owned the farm artistic license It took her a year to complete a passable manuscript, typed on a portable typewriter at the dining room table That first effort was deemed too short with insufficient detail Helen rewrote it This time it was considered too long with too much extraneous detail She revised, then sent it to London Four months later she received a telegram from Alan Boon Mills Boon to say they intended to publish and a contract would be sent in the mail It was the most wonderful news Helen wrote tenbooks while living in New Zealand, then in 1981, her family resettled in Australia, on Queensland s Gold Coast She has since published twenty fivebooks Today, with computer technology, the mechanics of writing are much easier However, the writing process doesn t change Helen says that she s having a good day if she can achieve 5 good pages, which she is likely to change, edit and rewrite the following day.She loves creating characters, giving them life and providing a situation where their emotions are tested and love wins out For her, the greatest praise is for a reader to say they couldn t put the book down then Helen knows that she has achieved what she set out to do create a moving enjoyable story which holds the reader entertained from beginning to end Helen s hobbies are tennis, table tennis, judo, reading She loves movies, and leads an active social life.



10 thoughts on “The Bridal Bed

  1. says:

    Interviewer So, you fell in love with the hero Heroine Yes, oh yes, he is everything I have ever looked for in a man.Interviewer And he fell in love with you too Heroine Oh absolutely It was a whirlwind romance We fell for each other on the spot and we just knewyou know It was like we had met each o


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re The Bridal Bed Helen Bianchin does the fourth book of the Do Not Disturb miniseriesAs this IS HB and we are going to do all things High Fashion, HB gives us her hotel setting on Dunk Island a beautiful place along the Gr


  3. says:

    Ci sono storie che sono proprio tirate per i capelli la trama di questo Harmony basata proprio sul niente.A tratti noioso.


  4. says:

    3.75 I would have gladly given this 4 if not for the TSTL heroine SPOILERS SPOILERS Suzanne was a LAWYER Sloane actually said she had a lot of COMMON SENSE I nearly choked LOL This legal eagle should be a great judge of character right Maybe he d been blinded by love When Sloane, her beloved fianc , was away


  5. says:

    Lettura scorrevole, anche se non tra i migliori Harmony.


  6. says:

    It was a very romantic book and both interesting I really enjoy Suzanne in this book.


  7. says:

    This was very typical Helen Bianchin.


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