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Fran Westlake was really grateful to her old friend Henry Griffiths when he took her on as his general practice partner when her marriage broke down. So when Griff proposed, saying his ailing mother wanted grandchildren, Fran agreed. To her astonishment, their marriage was wonderful and she couldn't help falling in love with Griff. But as time went by and she didn't conceive, she began to worry that she wasn't keeping up her part of the bargain, even though Griff seemed perfectly happy... - back cover (Chatswood, 2001)