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To Christine Helmsdale, working at Kinaird as receptionist for her father, "Young Doctor John", it seemed that no third person could ever share the happy communion of spirit which was theirs — until the night of the storm.

Then, sweeping in on the crest of one of the worst floods the Western Highlands had ever known, came Huntley Treverson to confound all Christine's theori
Paperback, Harlequin Romance, #939, 192 pages
Published 1972 by Harlequin (first published 1949)
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A monster storm forces two strangers, the heroine and the hero, to shelter at an isolated hunting lodge deep in the woods all night long. The next morning, ugly rumors abound in the narrow-minded, conservative, gossipy Scottish village so the hero feels obliged by duty to propose to heroine. The heroine turns his pitiful offer flat. Hero leaves in a huff back to the bright lights of the big city of Glasgow but now his life of leisure as a lazy playboy surrounded by vapid, hard-hearted society de ...more
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This was a pretty good book despite itself. The h falls in love with the H, a former black sheep who suddenly seems to realize the importance of growing up when he meets the frankly awesome h. The ending was really abrupt, although it focused on a secondary character -- so much so that I feel like I might have seen an abbreviated version.
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Jean Sutherland MacLeod was born in 20 January 1908 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Allen and John MacLeod. Her father, who was a civil engineer, moved with jobs. Her education began at Bearsden Academy, continued in Swansea and ended in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She moved to North Yorkshire, England to marry with Lionel Walton on 1 January 1935, an electricity board executi ...more

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