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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 Ein Paradies im Meer [and] Im Schatten der Eukalyptusbaume [and] Gefahrlicher Dschungel
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* Contents derived from the Berlin,
Western Europe, Europe,
CORA , 1994 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Gefahrlicher Dschungel A Man Like Daintree, Margaret Way , single work novel romance

'Steven Daintree had saved Andrea Swan-son's life, and on learning that she was alone in the world, her memory gone, he had taken her back to his vast Queensland estate, Mokhana, until she recovered.

So Andrea owed him a lot. All the same, did that give him the right to turn her life upside down? There was no denying this wild attraction that had sprung up between them – but although Andrea knew it was love on her side, what about Steven Daintree? He was a law unto himself, dominating and self-assured, taking what he wanted – and why should he want Andrea when there was Gillian Courtney to be considered?

And how could Andrea think about the future, with or without Steven, until she had regained her memory of the past?' (Publication summary)

Ein Paradies im Meer Mutiny in Paradise, Margaret Way , Unknown (translator) single work novel romance
Tom Reynolds had loved his cousin Beth all his life, but they had never been allowed to marry; and now, when Beth was dying, he willingly promised to take care of her children. To Deborah and young Chris, not even Tom's luxurious way of living could compensate for the loss of their mother - and for some reason his wealthy friends, the powerful McGovern family, seemed to resent deborah's very existence. It took all her determination to stand up to the jealousy of Eve and her lovely daughter Marisa; so that when Cal McGovern began to menace her with his disturbing attraction, she felt that her new life in Paradise Cay was rapidly turning into a nightmare! - back cover (London, pbk.)
Im Schatten der Eukalyptusbaume Summer Magic, Margaret Way , Unknown (translator) single work novel romance

'Shelley knew she was going to love her new job at the fabulous hotel at Surfers' Paradise on the Queensland Gold Coast, Australia's playground.

'She was almost certain she was going to love her new employer, the attractive Bart Valance. But liking just didn't come into it with his brother, the blond and devastating Rand!' (Publication summary)

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Language: German
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