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y Romance, 50's Style selected work   novella   romance  
Issue Details: First known date: 2015 2015
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'Like nostalgia? Here's a couple of enthralling tales set in the Australia of the 1950's.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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Whatever it Takes, Margaret Lynette Sharp , 2015 single work novella romance

'Although the London of the early 1950's holds its attractions, and love is blossoming between Lisa and her fellow trainee schoolteacher, Liam, Lisa stills nurtures resentment towards her Dad, who exiled her there from Sydney, leaving her in the care of her grandmother six years before. But when the widowed father who abandoned her announces that he will be marrying again – this time to his flighty secretary, Eleanor – he asks Lisa to return to Sydney to be a bridesmaid. How will Lisa deal with this, given the likelihood of her once again meeting up with her first love, the newly-separated, handsome Josh? What other complications will life dish out to her?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Sisters and Rivals, Margaret Lynette Sharp , 2015 single work novella romance

'It's the mid nineteen fifties, and the nascent romance of two young Sydneysiders is about to be challenged. The heroine, Linda, is being courted by an ambitious young carpenter named Harry. Seemingly without effort, he passes the scrutiny of her parents and they encourage her alliance with him. Trouble brews, though, when her sister Tessa lays eyes on him and, despite her engagement to a young accountant, makes her feelings abundantly clear. Will Tessa's overtures ruin the fledgling love between Harry and Linda?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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