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Golden Harlequin Library, Vol 38: Send for Nurse Vincent / Island for Sale / Winter is Past
Golden Harlequin Library Vol 38 Send for Nurse Vincent / Island for Sale / Winter is Past Author:Margaret Malcolm, Alex Stuart, Anne Weale This is part of the special series put out by Harlequin in the 70's. There are 3 stories in this volume. They are: — SEND FOR NURSE VINCENT by Margaret Malcolm — Phoebe Vincent was thrilled when she was appointed district nurse to Rushford, the Devon village where she had spent all her life. It meant she could give up the some... more »what spartan life of a hospital for home comforts in her parents' house, and that her patients would mostly be people who had known her since her childhood days. Of course, she realized, there could be drawbacks in such a situation -- notably the good-natured gossip and speculation about her and her affairs which was bound to ensue, especially as she would be working with the good-looking bachelor Doctor Mellor! And gossip there was -- nut unfortunately not all of it was good-natured.
ISLAND FOR SALE by Alex Stuart
The last woman on earth he'd marry! When Alastair MacCrae was forced to sell Carra, the island that had been his family's home for generations, it made no difference to him that the buyer turned out to be Cornelia McColl, the beautiful young American heiress. His friends said there could be no better solution to his problems than marriage to Cornelia, but Alastair was adamant. Nothing would induce him to marry her ... not even love.
WINTER IS PAST by Anne Weale
"I expected you to be a child." It was a brutal shock to Alexandra when after waiting five years to return to Malaysia she arrived to find that her father had been killed. Her situation wasn't helped by the fact that he'd left her in the care of a guardian -- the darkly attractive Jonathan Fraser, who persisted in treating her like a child. Alex couldn't tell him that where he was concerned, she was very much a woman!« less