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  • Paperback
  • 180
  • The Odds Against
  • Margaret Pargeter
  • English
  • 03 April 2019
  • 9780263746778

10 thoughts on “The Odds Against

  1. says:

    Train wreck It always takes two Sins of the heroThe hero slaps the heroine in the face on two separate instances so be aware of that T

  2. says:

    Edited on 13th August 2015 after a rereadOkay yes my love for train wrecks has increased even I don't know how but it has I LOVED THIS Admitted yes I hated the heroine and her lack of self respect and pride as Abby says she was like a little lap dog running to and panting after her master It was so sad and so infuriating seeing her run after him cater to his every need throw herself at him every opportunity she got an

  3. says:

    The premise of the story is that the heroine agrees to a marriage of convenience with the Hero who has been jilted by his true love beautiful goddess fiancee after breaking his leg Yep you read it right this paragon of all that is feminine grace and charm dumps our valiant H just because he had a simple fracture mending in 6 weeks tops and

  4. says:

    35 stars Yes I recognize it should be a 1 stars but hey it was an angsty angerfest The Odds Against is a very appropriate title Why? Because one could ask What are the odds against you recommending this to me? and I could say Not so good Heh Even though I liked it well enough I recognize this story has a lot that would se

  5. says:

    I'm giving it 2 stars since it did deliver on the WTF and angst First of all I'm not the 'doormat' police I'm a very very easy going person which is sometimes mistaken for being a doormat No I just pick my battl

  6. says:

    God I hated this planewreck Carl is the biggest cunt in harleuin presents history and he deserves to die for the hell he put the heroine through And for what? A bitchy gold digging vain shrew of an ex fiancee called Petula who was too frigid to even give him sex Fuck you Carl Gail should have ended up with his ch

  7. says:

    There is something terribly wrong with the hero the heroine and the author of this book My rating of stated that it was the kind of book that was either one star or five this could have earned such a tug of war as well except that the hero? had NO cause to be as mean as he was to Gail There was no big misunderstanding she didn't play him false she was so doormousey I think an amalgam of doormat and mousey aptly covers it and bent

  8. says:

    I felt like reading some good olde fashion angst and what better way to get it than to read a Harleuin Presentsbut not any HP mind you but one of the oldiesa 1980's to be exactSo I jumped on the train to Harleytopia and landed in the trainwreck

  9. says:

    Adding a new tag for this special HP No way in hell

  10. says:

    This was my second Margaret Pargeter and definitely my last Boring as hell But this was so bad I have to share some highlights hereHe is about to leave her for his former fiancé who left him Here is my favorite part of the conversation that followsShe'll never be able to love you back in any way because she's not a real women He hit er then

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Margaret Pargeter ¾ 1 SUMMARY

The Odds Against

Tive wanted her in fact Carl didn't love her; not only that he would go running back to Petula if he ever got the chance Could such a one sided marriage possibly wor. There is something terribly wrong with the hero the heroine and the author of this book My rating of stated that it was the kind of book that was either one star or five this could have earned such a tug of war as well except that the hero had NO cause to be as mean as he was to Gail There was no big misunderstanding she didn t play him false she was so doormousey I think an amalgam of doormat and mousey aptly covers it and bent so far backwards for him he should have treated her like gold even if he didn t love herBy the end I don t uite buy that he loves her not for any lack of the appropriate words from the author If I were gullible and didn t just think Carl was a terrible TERRIBLE person he frakking hits her twice and she fell into a dresser on the last instance for which he barely apologizes months later I d maybe have bought it But I kid you not FOUR pages away from the end I

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Ad loved him for years was very worried about him Nevertheless had she done the right thing in agreeing to marry him It was obvious that although he found her attrac. 35 stars Yes I recognize it should be a 1 stars but hey it was an angsty angerfest The Odds Against is a very appropriate title Why Because one could ask What are the odds against you recommending this to me and I could say Not so good Heh Even though I liked it well enough I recognize this story has a lot that would send books flying across the room before the reader was even a uarter into it The hero Carl was a lovelorn loser horse breederracer who spends the majority of the book pining away for some shallow glamorpuss who dumped him when he broke his leg and needed her most and went off to marry some other rich horse dude from KentuckyThe heroine Gail was this pathetic door stop who allowed him to say and do absolutely anything to her without so much as a peep I peeped though Does that count Among the numerous crimes against the h the H kept telling her how plain she was and how

SUMMARY The Odds Against

Ever since his fiancee Petula Hogan had walked out on him to marry someone else Carl Elliott had been a changed man bitter and suspicious of all women and Gail who h. Train wreck It always takes two Sins of the heroThe hero slaps the heroine in the face on two separate instances so be aware of that The hero tells the heroine she is plain and doesn t even notice her beauty after her Cinderella makeover until much later The hero tells the heroine many times that he will divorce her as soon as his true love is free or he is tired of herSins of the heroineShe is a doormat not the robust welcome mat of a front porch or the hardworking fatigue mat in front of the kitchen sink She is part of a bath mat set that my grandmother always decorated her bathroom with The uestion is is she the contour latex backed mat that goes around the toilet or the cozy that covers the toilet lid Both are puzzling to me She worries about the hero after the OW jilts him She takes on the extra work training the horses she cooks for him and checks up on him She p


About the Author: Margaret Pargeter

Margaret Pargeter was a popular writer of 50 romance novels in Mills & Boon from 1975 to 1986