• Title: Arctic Rose
  • Author: Claire Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780373502608
  • Page: 229
  • Format: None
  • Arctic Rose It took a plane crash in the desolate Canadian Northwest Territories to force Rebecca Clark into facing the self destructive course she had set herself A teenager when her parents marriage had come vi
    It took a plane crash in the desolate Canadian Northwest Territories to force Rebecca Clark into facing the self destructive course she had set herself A teenager when her parents marriage had come violently apart, Rebecca had turned to food for solace Now, as an overweight twenty six year old, she knew men didn t find her attractive, and she masked her loneliness behinIt took a plane crash in the desolate Canadian Northwest Territories to force Rebecca Clark into facing the self destructive course she had set herself A teenager when her parents marriage had come violently apart, Rebecca had turned to food for solace Now, as an overweight twenty six year old, she knew men didn t find her attractive, and she masked her loneliness behind her cool nurse s face Handsome Guy McLaren, the only other survivor of the crash, saw Rebecca as a platonic friend, a helper to depend on until they could be rescued from their make shift camp But their limited food supply meant that Rebecca was rapidly shedding the pounds And it was only a matter of time before Guy realised that his sexless companion had slimmed to an exceedingly attractive woman

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    1. It took a plane crash in the desolate Canadian Northwest Territories to force Rebecca Clark into facing the self-destructive course she had set herself. A teenager when her parents' marriage had come violently apart, Rebecca had turned to food for solace. Now, as an overweight twenty-six year-old, she knew men didn't find her attractive, and she masked her loneliness behind her cool nurse's face. Handsome Guy McLaren, the only other survivor of the crash, saw Rebecca as a platonic friend, a help [...]

    2. I loved this book when I first read it back in the 1980's. It has a terrific location and situation in jeopardy - plane crash in Alaska, with only the hero and (plus size) heroine surviving. They're rescued, obviously, after quite a long time, but in the second half of the book they separate - for most of that second half. Lots of angsting going on, and she has (slight spoiler here) an affair with someone else, while he's 'uncoupling' with his wife. On this second read the hero had surprising fe [...]

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