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Wait For the Dawn by Jess Foley
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Wait For the Dawn (edition 2005)

by Jess Foley

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Title:Wait For the Dawn
Authors:Jess Foley
Info:Arrow (2005), Mass Market Paperback, 512 pages
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Wait For the Dawn by Jess Foley

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The action takes place more than a century ago. Unless you are a fan of this kind of literature, I wouldn't recommend this book.

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The story of a young woman who leaves her safe but unfulfilling life to work in a city far from home and begin a new life. Friendship with Guy Anderson blossoms into love but when Guy is called away, their passionate leave-taking has dramatic consequences for them both.


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Lydia Halley longs to leave home. At twenty-one and working in the local button factory her life seems empty and unfulfilled. After her mother's death she decides to move to the city for work. Her new life begins and she meets Guy Anderson by chance in the city gardens. A friendship blossoms into love.… (more)

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