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Winter waifs

Author: Penny Jordan; Helen Brooks; Carol Wood, (Writer of love stories)
Publisher: Long Preston : Magna, 2008.
Edition/Format:   book_largeprint : Fiction : English : Large print edView all editions and formats
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"Lancashire, Christmas 1903. So much stands between Lancashire mill owner Haywood Denshaw and his new housekeeper Marianne Brown. But even disparate social standing and rumours of disreputable pasts can't get in the way of their love. Only Marianne's refusal to compromise his principles can. Sunderland, Christmas 1899. Wealthy farmer Luke Hudson gets more than he bargained for when he plucks a destitute young woman  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Love stories, English
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Penny Jordan; Helen Brooks; Carol Wood, (Writer of love stories)
ISBN: 9780750530019 0750530014
OCLC Number: 248981920
Notes: Originally published: Richmond: M & B, 2007.
Description: 429 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
Contents: Bride at Bellfield Mill / Penny Jordan. --
A family for Hawthorn Farm / Helen Brooks. --
Tilly of Tap House / Carol Wood.
Responsibility: by Penny Jordan, Helen Brooks and Carol Wood.

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"Lancashire, Christmas 1903. So much stands between Lancashire mill owner Haywood Denshaw and his new housekeeper Marianne Brown. But even disparate social standing and rumours of disreputable pasts can't get in the way of their love. Only Marianne's refusal to compromise his principles can. Sunderland, Christmas 1899. Wealthy farmer Luke Hudson gets more than he bargained for when he plucks a destitute young woman from the workhouse. He may have rescued Connie Summers from a life of penury, but her spirit and warmth give him a new outlook and a second chance at love. Isle of Dogs, East End of London, Christmas 1928. Modern-thinking doctor Harry Fleet and compassionate nurse Tilly Dainty clash at the Tap House Surgery in 1920s East London. But working together to help the sick turns out to be the healing balm both their hearts needed."--Www.amazon.co.uk.

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