"It was a good thing that Lianne was such a splendid nurse, and so absorbed in her work, for it meant that she still had a purpose in life when her engagement to Doctor Roger Marthorpe was cruelly and unexpectedly broken. Even so, when the great but unapproachable surgeon, Jonathan Frensham, offered her a private nursing job at his lovely country home, Lianne was glad to accept it. In the tranquil atmosphere of Windymead she gradually recovered her peace of mind, and found herself developing a great respect and affection for Jonathan. But a married man, even though his wife has deserted him, is not to be considered as a subject for romance, and a sorry tangle of misunderstanding and complications faced Lianne before he way lay open to a happy future. Lianne's dedication to work helped absorb the shock of her broken engagement; yet somehow it wasn't quite enough. Then Lianne answered a request for private nursing from Jonathon Frensham, the brilliant but unapproachable surgeon. In the tranquil atmosphere of his lovely country home, Lianne found herself on an entirely new road to happiness!
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