Paperback á Polly Epub Ú Polly by Betty Neels released on Sep ,is available now for purchase Home Polly 10 thoughts on “Polly” I really loved the family element in this one All the way from the hero s sister, to Polly s loving parents, to two beautiful, wonderfully nice sisters Throw in a charming grandmother and it really is an all in the family kind of romance I enjoyed that we didn t know too much about the hero and that his story was slowly revea Reply My first book by The Betty as my friend Linda said .In my younger days, I would love this kind of story well, I loved everything in my younger days haha A distinguish man take notice of a plain girl who was overlooked by others and makes her feel special Which girl doesn t But nowadays, even some simple actions makes me think further Reply loved the story though i felt a genuine lack of chemistry between Polly and Sam i also cud not understand why Sam dragged on his engagement to Deidre when he was very obviously taken by Polly he wud find any excuse to drive her home or back at the hospital he wanted to spend time wid her and then it was revealed dat his engagement had already Reply 3.5 stars Polly Talbot is an intellectual girl fluent in both Greek and Latin She lives in a country village with her family father is a schoolmaster, mother is housewife, younger in years, anyway sisters Cora and Miriam who are pretty social butterflies, and younger brother Ben She gets an opportunity to type a manuscript for a local scholar, Sir Rona Reply This was a slightly different but still very typical Betty Neels romance Polly is bright with A Levels in Greek and Latin but of course they aren t very useful in a career unless you want to be an academic She can type so she can get occasional jobs typing manuscripts for scholarly old gentlemen.Sam Gervis is a friend of the elderly professor she works for so w Reply Me tard en leer esta novela de Betty quiz porque no es el pobre ratoncito feo, sino m s bien una chica com n con una familia cari osa Me encantan los contrastes entre los personajes buenos y los malos, me hacen sonre r con complicidad y hacen que mi lectura sea c moda y agradables Qu har a sin una dosis de The Great Betty en mi vida, sinceramente no lo s . Reply I liked Polly a lot, she knows Latin and Greek, and wants to do something with her life, but she doesn t have much she could train for Lots of fun side characters in the Hero s sister and cousin, Polly s two pretty but nice sisters, and another doctor at the hospital.Worth reading just for an awesomely hilarious scene where Polly convinces a woman not to become a surgeon because Reply Polly is a lovable character Plain face with clever brain Cheerful girl, happy with just the way she is Her relationship with the Hero, describing how far distance between them Poly just twenty years old and Sam thirty Six with fashionable fiancee.Very interesting story.I like it. Reply It became one of my favourites in Betty Neel s books Also it is little bit different pattern than others so far I read. Reply This was a delightful story It has the typical Neels rich doctor, though not Dutch this time , engaged to a rich, beautiful, nasty young woman In this case the Dr has a fun sister and spunky Grandmother who gently push him toward the girl they think he should marry You can t help but wonder about the intelligence of a Dr who tells a young nursing student You ll never be a nurse, but if you re going to rea Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.