Passionate Stranger

Passionate Stranger His music awoke a flood of memories I never want to see you again Never Sara remembered well her parting words to her Hungarian husband Janos Vaszary two years before And now she was at a concert in

  • Title: Passionate Stranger
  • Author: Flora Kidd
  • ISBN: 9780373104642
  • Page: 379
  • Format: None
  • His music awoke a flood of memories I never want to see you again Never Sara remembered well her parting words to her Hungarian husband, Janos Vaszary, two years before.And now she was at a concert in California watching him onstage If she d known he would be there, she never would have come His darkly romantic appearance and his violin solo, so full of passionate vitaHis music awoke a flood of memories I never want to see you again Never Sara remembered well her parting words to her Hungarian husband, Janos Vaszary, two years before.And now she was at a concert in California watching him onstage If she d known he would be there, she never would have come His darkly romantic appearance and his violin solo, so full of passionate vitality, swept her b in time to their meeting And again she relives their marriage until the moment she had discovered how deeply he had deceived her.

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    About "Flora Kidd"

    1. Flora Kidd

      Flora Mildred Cartwright was born on 1926 in Liverpool, England, UK The youngest of four children, Flora and her family lived in the same house until she was a teen In 1949, she graduated from Liverpool University, where she met Robert Kidd, her husband They moved to her beloved Scotland, where she began teaching, writing, and raised their four children Richard, Patricia, Peter and David.Flora Kidd published her first novel, Visit To Rowanbank, in 1966 at Mills Boon In 1977, the family moved to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, where she continued her romance career with Mills Boon until 1989, when she retired In 1994, she published the first of the The Marco Polo Project novels, to support a project to build a replica of the 19th century ship Marco Polo.Flora Kidd passed away on March 19, 2008 at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

    740 thoughts on “Passionate Stranger”

    1. At least half of this story is told in flashback mode. Sara Cranston is enjoying a concert in California with friends when she looks at the program and realizes that the guest violinist is her estranged husband Janos Vaszary. She thinks back to their first meeting, when they fell in love, married, and when it all fell apart. Sara is a textile designer living in Manchester. A shabbily dressed stranger comes to her door one night looking for her cousin Cecilia. He has escaped from behind the iron [...]


    2. I'm a little vague on the details but I think I quite liked this. Both the hero and heroine are creative, the hero is a violinist, the heroine a fabric designer. I think it was love at first sight, followed by a quick marriage of convenience related to the hero's visum.A misunderstanding happens and they grow apart. Years later the hero is a famous violinist and they bump into each other againI've always liked marriage in trouble stories, because it forces people to look beyond the instalust/fal [...]


    3. I couldn't get too into this novel mostly because of the circumstances. The heroine should of trusted in her husband, and her husband should of explained accordingly.



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