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LaVyrle Spencer is an American best-selling author of contemporary and historical romance novels. She has successfully published a number of books, with several of them made into movies. Twelve of her books have been New York Times bestsellers, and Spencer was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame in 1988.

Spencer is known for creating realistic characters and stories that focu

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Twice Loved
  • LaVyrle Spencer
  • Italian
  • 04 April 2019
  • 9788880190097

10 thoughts on “Twice Loved

  1. says:

    Wow – what an emotional read! I needed my tissues for sure with this wonderful, bittersweet love story!

    Lavyrle Spenser is a master of human emotions. And boy were my emotions used in this book:-) There is desire, guilt, love, recriminations, fear, impatience, jealousy, despair and hope! All wrapped up in the lives of three friends who had grown up together in Colonial Nantucket and now find themselves facing one of the greatest challenges of their lives…

    Rye Dalton, Laura Traherne, and Daniel Morgan have that unique bond of friendship that is formed by spending endless days together throughout their childhood. You would most always find these three together and a deep connection existed even into adulthood.

    Having shared a lifetime of memories, Rye Dalton and Daniel Morgan are two best friends with a relationship more like brothers. And while one grows to manhood and marries his childhood love, Laura Traherne, the other finds himself holding his feelings for her deep inside.

    But soon misery enters the newlywed’s idyllic state as her husband joins the whalers leaving a distraught wife behind. In the months that followed, news reaches the island that all is lost on the Massachusetts as it went down leaving no survivors. Anguish, hopelessness, misery are her constant companions and she is lost, with no hope and a broken heart!

    And now the other friend steps in to help see her through those terrible months of mourning and finds himself watching over her, seeing that she has everything needed, taking care of the many chores she wasn’t able to do. He filled a void and was good to her. After the many months of being in his care, these two marry with a promise to spend their lives together. But deep down Laura still mourns the loss of her first love; the one who filled her days with intoxication and made their nights a celebration.

    It’s now been five years and their days are set into a common routine. A good provider, thoughtful and kind, his life is full, they are content.

    And it is here, in the midst of their contentment and routine, that her first love returns, never suspecting that anyone thought him dead. After spending five long hellish years at sea, his anticipation of seeing Laura is so great he could barely breathe. She owns his heart and his dreams of this day are what kept him going through the agony of their separation.

    His returning home is where the story begins. Within the first few pages he comes to know of the many shocking changes that have taken place since his leaving. Immediately my emotions were on a rollercoaster ride.

    I knew going in that someone was going to get hurt and I immediately knew who I wanted her to be with. It was the getting there that had me all bunched up with nerves. I loved the hero of this book and my impatience had me wanting to shake Laura, insisting she stop letting guilt and duty rule her life. But then in the end, I found myself hurting for the one not chosen.

    This book was first published in 1984 and there are a few dated phrases but none that bothered me in any way or interfered with my loving this poignant, bittersweet love story. There were many descriptions involving the whaling industry and this small town and while it may hinder other readers, I enjoyed most of them.

    Another winner by one of my favorite authors! Thanks again Tammy and Jill for steering me to this one!:) There is so much more to this story that I can't write about because it would give so much away. And loving all three friends, I found myself drawn to the hero's plight and rooting for him all the way! He has become one of my favorites!

  2. says:

    Another first book for me. I was on a trip with friends (and bored out of my mind) when I went down to the hotel gift shop looking for something to read. I picked up Twice Loved and spent the rest of the weekend buried in it. I was 18 at the time and this was the first real romance novel I'd ever read. Ms. Spencer drew me into her story from the first page. My heart broke for the three main characters who are caught in a terrible triangle not of their own making. (Warning for those of more delicate constitutions... Spencer writes hot love scenes, i.e. her books include sexual content). Her mastery of human emotions and seamless weaving of historical details make her another of my all-time favorites. I've read every one of her novels, and was sad beyond words when I found out she was retiring (back in the '90s, I think).

  3. says:

    3 Stars!!!

    Oh, the cruelty of fate! Yeah, that's what this book is all about.

    Desperation led Laura to do something that later made her heart shatter after knowing the truth.

    I don't know how to make judge of every character because as a reader, it seems easy to decide what I believed to be the right thing, making me pissed if the character can't even act on it. But in reality, it wasn't that easy. Laura fell on this category, the situation she was in was really hard, I understand. But the moment (view spoiler)

  4. says:

    I've loved every single book I've read by Lavyrle Spencer so far. I still love her gorgeous writing style and how she develops characters and a story -- all are evident in Twice Loved. On the positive side, I absolutely love the setting and atmosphere in this novel. It is set in a small fishing village, and the place and people who inhabit it come alive in this novel.

    Unfortunately for me, this romance is a triangle, and I mean one of those triangles where the woman who finds herself in the middle knows who she loves but doesn't have the gumption to make the right decision. She ends up hurting everyone, including herself and her child, so that by the time the happy ever after comes along I really did not want her to have it! I wanted the "hero" to walk away from her, and that's not the way a romance works, right? This romance is brimming with betrayal, yearning, love, angst, anger, and passion. I could not help but feel terrible for both men and the child caught up in the middle of it all. Just as I could not help resenting her for the lack of backbone that destroyed whatever connection I could have felt.

    In this case, it may be that it is a case of personal preference. If as a reader you don't mind triangles, you may want to read this book by the amazing Spencer. However, for me personally, this was a beautifully written, but painful read.

  5. says:

    I love Lavyrle Spencer's writing. She is so detailed and thorough that you can't help but be swept up in each of the character's thoughts and emotions. This book, however, just didn't grab me the way many of hers have. I didn't like that it began with Rye coming home. I think it would have been much better if it had started with a prologue detailing the love affair between Rye and Laura. We get to see glimpses of the past throughout the book, but I never totally felt it.

    Before ever reading the book, you know that SOMEONE has to step aside eventually. Which means, SOMEONE is going to get hurt. Therefore, disapointment and sadness are present from page one. Not a good way to start a book as far as I am concerned.

    Lavrle Spencer has so many great books out there. I say skip this book, but don't skip the author.

  6. says:

    Read this book first time in 1984. Read again in 2013, but didn't like it as much as I remembered. The intimate scenes were WAY TOO EXPLICIT. I like so much more left to the imagination. Also, I think that LaVyrle wrote like this in her first few books and then started backing away to better writing and less details. The shock factor and explicitness wasn't needed after she became a best seller (but who am I to know how those things work).

    I probably won't be keeping this book and that is sad, because I have kept all but one other of LaVyrle's books.

  7. says:

    This was my first LyVryle Spencer, and still my favorite.

    Laura and Rye are childhood sweethearts, patiently putting up with their friend Dan, who follows them constantly.

    They all grow up. Rye goes off to sea to make some money so they can have a better life. Little does he know that Laura is pregnant.

    Rye is lost at sea. When he returns, some years later, he discovers that Laura has married Dan and they have a child who looks just like him.

    This is where the story really begins and what a great story it is.

    LaVyrle Spencer will never go out of style. She is a classic.

  8. says:

    This is the 1st LaVyrle Spencer book I haven't completely enjoyed. A particularly gaping plot hole is the little boy having no contact with his paternal grandparents. I mean if my son died at sea, I'd do everything to be a part of my grandson's life.
    And Rye had grown up in the town, wouldn't anyone in the village have said something to the child about his father in all those years? That aspect simply did not ring true to me.

  9. says:

    3.5 stars for this novel

    Wow, I really love this novel. So emotional and romantic to read, and I think I've to read the other novel of hers ^^. Of course she will become one of my favourite author =)

  10. says:

    Lavyrle Spencer is one of my favorite authors and I adore all her books but this one holds a special place in my heart. The Fulfillment is a close second! An auto buy author. Her books are bursting with heartwrenching emotion and passion.

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