The Girl At Goldenhawk
|By Violet Winspear|
|Publisher||Harlequin Presents #98|
|Mills & Boon Romance #929|
|Release Month||Jun 1975 (US)|
|Nov 1974 (UK)|
|Harlequin Presents Series #|
|Preceded by||To Catch A Unicorn|
|Followed by||Love Made The Choice|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||The Arrogance Of Love|
|Followed by||Master Of The House|
Jaine was, to say the least of it, swamped by her spectacular relatives -- her aunt, a spoilt darling of the London stage, and her equally glamorous cousin Laraine. She was accustomed always to take 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 ...
- 1974, November - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #929) (UK Original Release)
- 1975, June - Paperback Release (Harlequin Presents #98) (US Original Release)
- 1981, July - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Best Seller Romance #310)