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Lightly Like a Flower [and] Flight into Spring

by Tilly Armstrong, Flora Kidd, Barbara Perkins

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Lightly Like a Flower by Tilly Armstrong.
Holiday Affair by Flora Kidd.
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Lightly like a Flower by Tilly Armstrong - With her mother away in Turkey, Joanna Thirstoe felt that she had no alternative but to give up her London job and go to look after her father in the small university town of Duncastle. And life at home turned out to be a lot more interesting than she had imagined, with both the overwhelmingly attractive Justin Raynger and David Melton, a brilliant maths lecturer, vying for her attention...

Flight into Spring by Barbara Perkins - Brittany is the wild and romantic setting for this sensitive novel of an insecure, vulnerable young woman almost - but not quite - forced by her family into a marriage of convenience. In fact, it is at that point that Virginia runs - as far and as fast as hse can - and finds some very unlikely protectors.
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