Betty Debbie, Before you strain your brain worry about this one, he's John Gavin. Okay, you can go back to your current project. he he he
I do find it interesting that the cover art of the men often remind us of an actual person, while the gals are much more likely to be generic/anonymous...
Oh, I think it is just fantasizing, Betty Debbie....This is waaaaay at the top of my list--started my love of Lamborghinis (hmmm--the plural form looks like a disease of the throat)."He's no monk, Charity Dawson!" (Uh, could we have a gratuitous John Gavin this week?--I think I need me a JG fix.)
Betty Barbara here--Well Betty Debbie, I think she looks like Karen Valentine from the old Room 222 TV show.
For Betty JoDee Enjoy! Count down 17 pics to see John Gavin in a roman kilt, a towel, barechested, cowboyed-up and many other getups.
I agree with Betty Debbie. This one is an amalgam of a couple of starlettes. I don't see Karen Valentine when I look at her, but when I compare the two I can see similarities. I don't see many Betty gals that I can say, 'she's so and so'. (There are a few, Donna Reed- the end of the rainbow & Stephanie Zimbalist -two weeks to remember with Cary Grant)The guys are often immediately recognizable as one person. Not always, but most time.
I think Charity looks like Uma Thurman:http://www.imdb.com/media/rm4242179072/nm0000235Unlike with most Neels books containing Americans, this particular American may be nice, but Betty couldn't help poke numerous fun at his name. Quite annoying, though I do love Betty.
Unlike most Bettys here, I actually prefer the latest book covers with the watercolor illustrations. 1.) I have a different picture in my head of what the main characters look like, and 2.) I wouldn't be too embarrassed reading Betty in a public waiting room. NOT that I'm ashamed of reading Betty Neels, but people automatically think that I'm reading Brightonish books if they see a couple on a novel's cover. And THAT's what I would be ashamed of.
LOLYou're hilarious, Betty Lulu!!! LOL:)
Where I come from, I'd be embarrassed to be found reading any "low-brow" book like a harlequin. They laugh at you when you read books of that genre. And they totally make fun of you if you read one that is NOT racy or Brightonish!!!!! *Sigh* It's hard to be innocent these days.
That's a stylish cover, one of my favorites...for more images of an artist I enjoy look under google search richard prince nurse. It's the right ironic era!This book is just an 'eh' for myself. Look forward to the comments, may reread soon.Betty AnHK