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The Girl at Goldenhawk
Author: Violet Winspear
ISBN: 4208

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Author: Violet Winspear

Jaine was, to say the least of it, swamped by her spectacular relatives-- her auth, a ppoilt darling of the London stage, and her equally glamorous cousin Laraine. The was always taking back place to them and making herself useful in whatever way they wanted.

So when Laraine decided that, after all, she did not want to go through with her planned marriage to her wealthy suitor, it seemed natural to them all that Jaine should take on the difficult task of explaining to him his fiancee's change of mind. Accordingly Jaine nerved herself to meet the imposing Pedro de Ros Zanto. But there was a surprise in store for her...

Heroine becomes the care-taker of the hero's son. She is also considered plain by most people, but the hero is drawn to her nonetheless.