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“No, Papa! I cannot believe that you no longer want me here.”
When Marina Fullerton’s beloved mother dies in a tragic riding accident, she is horrified when her father sends her away from the family home in Harley Street, saying he is unable to bear her near him.
She finds herself packed off to stay with family friends in Paris, chaperoned by her faithful maid, Ellen.
Soon Marina finds herself captivated by her French host’s good-looking son – but is he what he seems? And when her father’s urgent telegram summons Marina back to London, fate conspires to intervene in the shape of the very handsome and charming Sir Peter Bailey.
Love awaits Marina after she returns to France – but is it with whom she expects?
Find out what happens in this intriguing romantic novel by BARBARA CARTLAND
Published: M-Y Books on
ISBN: 9781908303370
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