Hoping for some degree of solitude and complete relief from woman, Julian Caswell had gone as plantation manager to the tropical island of Valeria. When he discovered a lone white girl in his fastness of men he was, not unnaturally, hostile, and Philippa Crane was commanded to leave.
But Phil was young and unspoiled and full of pluck, she was determined to remain on Valeira. She won the first round against the cold, inflexible Julian -- but his past experience of women had made him bitter and unwary.
It was a heart-breaking problem for a girl who was rapidly falling in love -- and inevitably climate and circumstances took there part in bringing Philippa's story to its dramatic conclusion.
also published by MILLS AND BOON in 1966 No. 205
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