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The Silver Sty

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Sarah had all kinds of names for the guardian she hadn't seen for years--the G.I. (Guardian of Innocence), The Myth, Poor Fish -- just as she had all kinds of ingenious plans to get rid of him when he came. She wanted no interference in her young life.

Unfortunately, in a mistaken moment of confidence, she told James Fane all about them, before she knew who he was.

James was
Paperback, Harlequin Presents, #137
Published April 1976 by Harlequin (first published 1941)
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very absorbing n captivating read ! though it was more a saga than a romance story. sara had lots of interactions wid other characters, yet it was a wonderful read !! i did not miss 1 page ! james looked upon sara as a child at 1st. he was still affected by clare's betrayal n thought abt her. however, when he did meetup wid clare again, he knew dat dat part of his life was over. infact, he did not see what attracted him 2 her years ago, apart her beauty ofc. it's a very touching read, fun at tim ...more
It was slow and I found it to have very little passion. The heroine was hilarious though.
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Sara Seale was the pseudonym used by Mary Jane MacPherson (d. 11 March 1974) and/or A.D.L. MacPherson (d. 30 October 1978) to published over 45 romance novels from 1932 to 1971. Many of Seale's novels revisited a theme of an orphaned heroine who finds happiness. Seale was one of the first Mills & Boon's authors published in Germany and the Netherlands and reached the pinnacle of her career in ...more
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