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The Impossible Dream by Hilary Wilde

The Impossible Dream

by Hilary Wilde

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"For as long as Meg Crane could remember, she has experienced the impossible dream - that one day she would live on an island where palm trees were silhouetted against the mountains. And now, in the Seychelles, she had found that island. And she had also found the enemies and rivals Craig Lambert and Gaston Duval, whose two familires had feuded before them, and who now would themselves carry on the feud over Meg. Certainly Meg was inclined to be more attracted to Gaston, but she could sympathise with Craig, and with his wish to keep his island unspoiled. But was it only sympathy she was feeling?"--Publisher description.… (more)

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