|By Violet Winspear|
|Publisher||Mills & Boon Romance #198|
|Harlequin Romance #1008|
|Release Month||Jan 1966 (UK)|
|Apr 1966 (US)|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #198|
|Preceded by||The Sea Change|
|Followed by||Lady In Harley Street|
|Harlequin Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||The Feast Of Sara|
|Followed by||Nurse At Fairchilds|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #951|
|Preceded by||Dangerous To Know|
|Followed by||The Blue Caribbean|
Tina, at twenty, had had no life at all, in fact she was a veritable Cinderella, when she met John Trecarrel-years older than herself, a widower, cynical and world-weary. But it was love at first sight for Tina at least, and before she realised what was happening he had married her and bourne her out to his home in the romantic Caribbean. And then, having married in haste, Tina had plenty of time to repent at leisure when she found she not only had to compete with the memory of John's beautiful first wife, Joanna, but with the even more alarming presence of Joanna's equally beautiful cousin Paula. Paula made it clear that there had been, and still was, something between her and John-but why then had he married Tina?
Could love really turn into hate?
Tina had never felt more miserable or vulnerable. She had married John Recarrel, a wealthy, distinguished sculptor, a man she loved with all her heart. But why had John married her?
Tina could never compete with the memory of his fabulously beautiful first wife, Joanna. Perhaps all John required was a mother-cum-friend for his young daughter, Liza....
For all his other needs were obviously filled by the beautiful, glamorous Paula Carrish.
- 1966, January - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #198) (UK Original Release)
- 1966, April - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #1008) (US Original Release)
- 1971 - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #51008) (US Reissue)
- 1974, October - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #951)
- 1981, January - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Classics #284)