And Then Came Love
|By Roberta Leigh|
|Publisher||Harlequin Presents #68|
|Mills & Boon Romance #296|
|Release Month||Nov 1974 (US)|
|Jul 1968 (UK)|
|Harlequin Presents Series #|
|Preceded by||Accompanied By His Wife|
|Followed by||Master Of Falcon's Head|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Strange As A Dream|
|Followed by||The Garden Of Persephone|
They were an ill-assorted pair -- Stella Percy, cool, aloof lady of leisure, with every quality needed to live a life of luxurious elegance except money; and Matthew Armstrong, bluff, honest Yorkshire, who believed in calling a spade a spade, but had plenty of 'brass' which he was proud to think had all been earned by his own hard work.
From the first he had made no secret of his attraction to Stella, and when she accepted his proposal she was at least honest enough to admit that it was for the sake of his money. So began their curious relationship.
With so much honesty all round, it might well have succeeded -- and as Matthew had hoped, love might have grown between them eventually -- if Stella could only escape from the memory of Charles Heyward, the symbol of her former life.
- 1968, July - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #296) (UK Original Release)
- 1974, November - Paperback Release (Harlequin Presents #68) (US Original Release)
- 1976, April - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Classics #55)