SHE WASN'T THE TYPE TO COME BETWEEN BROTHERS
Jenny Ross could cheerfully have killed Tony Knight, her lodger and friend-one terrible tease. He shouldn't have introduced her to his family in Sydney as his "very special live-in lady."
And he shouldn't have gone on and on to his brother Robert about the songs Jenny wrote in her spare time. Anyone could see that Robert, a television producer, was weary of being used as a springboard to success.
No wonder he deliverately downplayed the attraction that wreaked havoc with Jenny's emotions. Wasn't she his brother's girl?