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Return to Dragonshill

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Johnny Carruthers had broken Henrietta's heart once, when he got engaged to another woman.

Now that engagement was over, and Johnny had come back into her life, offering her a second-best love. Would Henrietta have the courage to refuse, or would she decide anyway that half a loaf was better than no bread?
Paperback, Mills & Boon Romance #547, 192 pages
Published May 1971 by Mills & Boon (first published 1971)
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Fiona Marsden
This was a very emotional read. Henrietta and Johnny were friends from way back, staying with Johnny's friend Godfrey's family during school holidays while Henrietta's diplomatic family and Johnny's engineering father travelled the world. Then Johnny fell in love with the glamorous Deirdre one summer and broke her heart.

When Johnny left to work in Asia building bridges and lick his wounds, Henrietta was left to support Godfrey's family when he fell sick with leukaemia. To make him happy in his l
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