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Gypsy (1985)

by Carole Mortimer

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For my husband John,
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Shay. She didn't turn at the sound of that voice, her gaze unwavering from the long wooden box being loaded on board the small jet in front of her, all that remained of her five years of marriage, the broken and twisted body of her husband Ricky being flown from American back to the Falconer estate for burial in the family plot.
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They'd come full circle.

Shay Flanagan was the raven-haired beauty the falconer brothers called Gypsy. They each found her irresistible, but it was Lyon Falconer who claimed her-when he didn't have the right-and sealed her fate.

It was Ricky the youngest Falconer who picked up the fragments of Shay's shattered life and offered her marriage. Only now Ricky is dead and destiny has hurled Shay back within Lyon's reach.

As Shay seeks retribution for the pain inflicted years before she begins to realise where Lyon's one weakness lies...
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