The Gemel Ring

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, Jul 1, 2002 - Fiction - 219 pages
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Sweet, tender romance that epitomizes the joy of love -- that is the specialty of international bestselling author Betty Neels. Bringing to readers a warmth and reassurance of a better world, her unique love stories -- many set in Holland and England featuring doctors and nurses -- have become famous among romance readers. Now these four titles offer you ample opportunity to reap the rewards of reading this coveted author.

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Review: The Gemel Ring (The Best of Betty Neels)

User Review  - Nell - Goodreads

I loved this book. I enjoyed the nursing and medical details which took me back to my own training and the love story was wonderful. I cried quite happily at some of the most moving parts. Read full review

Review: The Gemel Ring (The Best of Betty Neels)

User Review  - Fiona Marsden - Goodreads

Charity Dawson was a disturbing influence in Everard van Tijlen's life from the moment they met. Yet somehow she seemed to be always around, nursing his patients and even his family. At first she ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Romance writer Betty Neels was born and raised in Devon, England. She trained as a nurse and midwife. She was an army nursing sister during the war, and continued as a nurse until she retired. Upon retirement, she started her writing career. In a span of 30 years Betty wrote over 130 novels which were published in more than 100 international markets. Her titles include Innocent Bride, A Valentine for Daisy, Love and Marriage, Matilda's Wedding, Engagement Effect, Promise of Happiness, A Girl in a Million and A Suitable Match. Betty died on June 7, 2001, she was 91. Her last novel was entitled, An Independent Woman.

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