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Forsaking All Others (1971)

by Emilie Loring

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"An ambitious young actress sacrifices her glittering career for a husband she barely knows and a boy who is not her son." (Bantam edition front cover blurb)



"A hasty ceremony, a quick kiss and Jennifer Haydon and Dr. Bradley Maxwell were united for life. 
Jenny didn't expect to live happily ever after with her new husband. After all, they didn't love each other. 
And the Show Business world was stunned that the dazzling young star would give up her brilliant future for a new life in a sleepy desert town. Jenny herself almost regretted the marriage.
But it wasn't long before her flair for the dramatic started changing Desert Winds and the lives of everyone in it. Including her own!"
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