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2 y separately published work icon Sparkling Enemy Linden Grierson , Brussels : Societe D'editions Periodiques , 1963 Z1079986 1963 single work novel romance
3 y separately published work icon Wife to Order Lucy Walker , ( trans. Unknown with title Mariage a credit ) Brussels : Societe D'editions Periodiques , 1961 Z958259 1961 single work novel romance Carey, used to the stark brownness and harsh winds of the outback, nearly fainted with joy when she saw her new home at Two Creeks Station. She fell in love with everything: the green rolling paddocks, the white timber fences enclosing sleek thoroughbred horses; the beautifully decorated homestead, ornamented with silver and porcelain, where rich thick carpets covered the floors. Everything was perfect - except for her guardian, the cold distant Oliver who treated her as a child; who told her that soon she would be his wife... (back cover Fontana 1969 reprint)
3 y separately published work icon Love in a Cloud : A Romance Lucy Walker , ( trans. Unknown with title Lutte contre l'amour ) Brussels : Societe D'editions Periodiques , 1960-1969 Z955038 1960 single work novel romance Can a woman love two men at the same time? When Sonia visited Dandonga Station and met the Grants again for the first time since childhood, she loved John Grant at once for his gentleness as well as for the fact that she believed him to be the self-appointed guardian who had paid for her education. But she was attracted too to his cousin Nick, in quite a different way. Nick was handsome and virile; there was nothing soft about him; he ran the station with an iron hand. The climax came when she realised where her love really lay, and yet, because of her previous indecision, she dared not reveal it... (Dust jacket flap, White Lion)