The Only Charity
|By Sara Seale|
|Publisher||Harlequin Romance #692|
|Mills & Boon Romance #790|
|Release Month||1962 (US)|
|May 1973 (UK)|
|Harlequin Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Doctor Benedict|
|Followed by||Towards The Sun|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||White Hunter|
|Followed by||Summer At Barbazon|
The great love of Christy Tavener's life was Fairmile, the gracious country house which was her family home. But would her crotchety grandfather, last of the Taveners, leave it to her in his will? Or did he disapprove too strongly of her modern ways and refusal to settle down and produce heirs to follow him? Christy realised that she ought to marry, if only to safeguard herself against her grandfather's nurse, who seemed quiet and demure enough, but who, Christ was sure, would not object to marrying her patient and becoming mistress of Fairmile herself.
A lean, dark stranger was willing to help, but he was something of an enigma -- and an infuriating enigma. Where did he come from -- and why did be bear that name?
- 1962 - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #692) (US Original Release)
- 1973, May - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #790) (UK Original Release)