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My True Love (1953)

by Denise Robins

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Lovely, orphaned Lyn Taylor feared the fabulous whirl of the sophisticated London social season would pass her by. As secretary to her wealthy, snobbish Aunt Diana, she was the carefully hidden Cinderella as the list of eligible bachelors - men of money, title, position, lined up before her cousin Anthea. Then devastating lawyer Noel Folliott stepped out of his gleaming Bentley and into her enraptured heart. But ruthless Aunt Diana placed Noel high on her list for Anthea, little knowing that Anthea was deep in a passionate clandestine romance with a car mechanic! Could Lyn betray Anthea's secret... or would social distinction remain an insurmountable barrier to the sweet exaltation of true love?
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