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The heroine Sara and the hero Dave have not seen each other in two years, ever since Sara walked out on their whirlwind marriage She goes to see him in order to ask for a divorce, however she knows it will be difficult seeing him again and being reminded of their once shared passion as well as the hurts that had led to her walking away from him Dave doesn t make it easy and only agrees to see about getting a divorce if she goes with him to America Not surprisingly the passion between them has The heroine Sara and the hero Dave have not seen each other in two years, ever since Sara walked out on their whirlwind marriage She goes to see him in order to ask for a divorce, however she knows it will be difficult seeing him again and being reminded of their once shared passion as well as the hurts that had led to her walking away from him Dave doesn t make it easy and only agrees to see about getting a divorce if she goes with him to America Not surprisingly the passion between them hasn t disappeared and along with all their unfinished business Sara begins to realise that perhaps she didn t give their marriage enough of a chance But Dave wants to move on as does Sara, in a way, so it s seems too late for second chances.I didn t really know what to make of this book It was good at moments, not so great at others and quite baffling on occasions At one point in the books, the hero gave the heroine a hiding , I know this is a twenty year old books but A massive chunk of this book was a flashback, I feel that it would have had a bigger effect if the details included were revealed gradually in snippets It would have addedtension, in my opinion I enjoyed the actual plot, but I do feel the execution was a little weak.But, for an older book, it was quite enjoyable.Originally posted at (((FREE PDF))) ↵ Win or Lose (Harlequin Presents, #941) ☋ They were light years apart in their needsJournalist Sara Mellor realized that marriage was a serious commitment It was Dave, the sensuous, famous sportsman and her husband who hadn t They had both been deluded into believing that wanting and loving were one and the same thingNow Sara was ready to admit defeat Lovemaking hadn t been the problem It was the world outside their shared passion that had created a rift so wide that divorce seemed the only answer That and Dave s stubborn refusal to compromiseBut Dave wanted one last favor from Sara before freeing her to marry someone else Possibly the best Mills and Boon ever written Hero is a snooker player called Dave from Sheffield We know Dave is international jet set because he has a tour at Pointins coming up which he can t get out of The clincher comes when the heroine discovers Dave has his own sun bed Naturally she marries him.Sadly things go wrong and two years later our heroine is about to marry Sir Nigel all round good bloke and loaded international diplomat so she has to track up to Sheffield to see Dave again Possibly the best Mills and Boon ever written Hero is a snooker player called Dave from Sheffield We know Dave is international jet set because he has a tour at Pointins coming up which he can t get out of The clincher comes when the heroine discovers Dave has his own sun bed Naturally she marries him.Sadly things go wrong and two years later our heroine is about to marry Sir Nigel all round good bloke and loaded international diplomat so she has to track up to Sheffield to see Dave again to ask for a divorce.Inevitably Dave gets rid of trusty Nigel by taking our heroine to the local Berni Inn Sir Nigel knows he s beaten as he he could only offer the Ritz and gamely steps downI m not even making any of this up Truly magnificent I liked the general idea but what i really hated the flash back that tookthan half the book how they met bla bla bla , it was boring as hell