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Strangers May Marry

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She had no choice.

Laura had practically raised little Mandy, but she had no legal claim to the homeless child. And now the authorities wanted to take Mandy away.

Paul Penalis could help her to keep Mandy, but his price was marriage. Was the price too high for Laura to pay, or could she find true happiness in a marriage of strangers?
Paperback, 186 pages
Published July 1st 1982 by Silhouette Books
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Sep 27, 2015 Gege86 rated it it was amazing
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A nice read, except near the end we have comments about her brain not working and that she can't think. Then the hero says don't try let me think for you. Yes it was written in the early 80's but those lines spoilt the book for me.
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Anne Hampson was born on November 28 in England. At age six she had two ambitions: to teach and to write. Poverty after WWI deprived her of an education and at 14 she was making Marks & Spencer's blouses at one shilling (5p) each.

She retired when she married. Later, when her marriage broke up, she was homeless with 40 in her purse. She went back to the rag trade and lived in a tiny caravan. Bu
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