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Anthony Chambers is set to inherit half of his Great Uncle Cedric's Australian homestead if he leaves England and spends one year at the homestead with his uncle's live-in companion, Annie. Anthony is sure the American is his uncle's mistress, and he's anxious to meet the woman smart enough to take his uncle's money and dumb enough to have a child out of wedlock. What he f ...more
Paperback, 363 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Leisure Books
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Apr 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Good read but a bit long. Nice and romantic. Too bad that the publishing house is not around anymore.
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FORSAKING ALL OTHERS is a solid three stars. Ms. Link took a typical romantic set-up but managed to make it interesting. It is 1888 and the setting is in Australia. Annie Ross recently lost her dear friend, Cedric. Older than her by several decades, their relationship was platonic but deep. Unaware until recently, she found herself the recipient of his will. The other person is his great nephew, Tony Chambers, newly arrived from England.

Tony doesn't know what to think when he first meets Annie.
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Gail Link is an award-winning author of both historical and contemporary romances. She’s also a part-time bookseller (what better place for a writer to work?) who loves musical theatre (especially Phantom of the Opera) and the movies.

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