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High of Heart by Emilie Loring
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High of Heart (1938)

by Emilie Loring

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"Two men, two lovers, two ways of life -- a lovely young girl must make an agonizing decision." (Bantam edition front cover blurb)

"Lovely Constance Trent had been truly happy with the Coreys, her American foster family. Their warmth and vitality had won her heart. But she could not turn her back on her grandfather and the fabulous English estate of her ancestors. Now Con must face the gravest decision of her young life. She must choose between two worlds and between two men--her dashing English cousin, Ivor Hardwick, and the brilliant young lawyer, Peter Corey. Can it be that she loves them both? " (blurb)



"Constance Trent is thankful for being welcomed into the Corey family in America after her father is banished from their home in England, but her tranquil new life is interrupted when she learns she is the long-lost granddaughter of Major General Lord Valdemere. "
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