A Foreign Affair

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2003 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Arriving in London for her first Season, young miss Helena Devereux catches a glimpse of the dashing Major Brett Stanford at a soire. But she'll have to rethink the rules of the game--because her competitor is her own mother. Original.

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Overwhelmed by life in Vienna and uncomfortable with the social scene that her beautiful, flirtatious mother adores, country-bred, bluestocking Helena seeks refuge in her intellectual pursuits and ... Read full review


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EVELYN RICHARDSON was born on a small island off the tip of Nova Scotia and studied at Dalhousie University. In 1930 she joined her husband in caring for the Bon Portage Island light. Her account of these years was her acclaimed book "We Keep a Light".Canadian Author

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