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Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 Storm Over Mandargi [and] The Unpredictable Man [and] Knight to the Rescue
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* Contents derived from the Chatswood, Chatswood - Gordon - Castlecrag area, Sydney Northern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,:Harlequin Mills and Boon , 1998 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Storm Over Mandargi, Margaret Way , single work novel romance

'Toni had left her job and a go-nowhere romance to join her brother on Mandargi, the cattle station which he managed. She hadn't met the owner, Damon Nyland, but had heard enough about him to determine that she at least wasn't going to fall on the great man's neck when he finally condescended to visit them!' (Publication summary)

The Unpredictable Man, Emma Darcy , single work novel romance
Knight to the Rescue, Miranda Lee , single work novel romance

'Eliot Knight had been in Audrey's life before but he hadn't wanted to pursue a relationship. Now he was back and suddenly their attraction seemed mutual, but Audrey had doubts about what he wanted from her. After all, she stood to inherit a fortune.' (Source: Libraries Australia)

'Damsel in distress. Audrey Farnsworth needed someone on her side for once and Elliot Knight appointed himself. But playing gallant rescuer was harder than it looked, especially for someone as vulnerable as Audrey - fresh on the rebound and tempting as sin. Audrey knew she was deliberately playing on Elliot's capacity for compassion, but she couldn't let him walk out of her life, good deed done. The oh-so-brief feel of his lips on hers had been heaven. Somehow she had to convince her enigmatic hero that this was no fairy tale - but the real thing.' (Source: Fantastic Fiction Sighted 21/4/10)

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