Lady In Harley Street
|By Anne Vinton|
|Publisher||Mills & Boon Romance #199|
|Harlequin Romance #985|
|Release Month||Jan 1966 (UK)|
|Feb 1966 (US)|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Bride's Dilemma|
|Followed by||If This Should Be|
|Harlequin Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Island In The Dawn|
|Followed by||Surgeon At Witteringham|
When Doctor Celia Derwent's brother and sister-in-law were killed she was glad to make a home for their orphaned daughter Fiona. But inevitably it was suggested that a single girl with a full-time job was not a suitable person to bring up a small child-which filled Celia with dismay, as she had already come to love the child as her own. Celia knew she would have a better chance of being allowed to keep Fiona if she could produce a husband, and when Doctor Reggie Marquess proposed to her, it seemed the answer to her problem. But before she was able to give Reggie her answer, a problem of a different sort presented itself, in the person of Reggie's half-brother Alan Grainger.
It seems the answer to all Dr Celia Derwent's prayers when her new boss Dr Alan Grainger proposes marriage. She desperately wants to convince the courts that she should have custody of her orphaned niece Fiona, and with a husband she will stand far better chance of persuading them.
Alan is devoted to Fiona, but he still seems aloof and strangely wary of Celia. So will this marriage of convenience really solve all her problems?
- 1966, January - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #199) (UK Original Release)
- 1966, February - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #985) (US Original Release)
- 1983, March - Paperback Release (Doctor Nurse Romance #151) - ISBN-10/13: 0263742342/9780263742343
- ???? - Unknown Media
- ???? - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #985) (US Reissue)