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A Passing Storm - Phyllis J. Burton
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A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another.Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds.Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse.Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter''s junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding...This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assist her? Phyllis J. Burton, Books, Fiction and Literature, A Passing Storm Books>Fiction and Literature A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another. Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds. Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse. Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter's junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding... This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assisther?

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Trafford Publishing], A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another. Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds. Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse. Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter's junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding... This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assisther?Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Trafford Publishing], A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another. Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds. Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse. Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter's junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding... This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assisther? Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Trafford Publishing], A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another. Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds. Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse. Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter's junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding... This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assisther?Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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A Passing Storm
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A Passing Storm

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1412087813

A woman nearly dies in a fall in the Scottish Highlands during a severe storm. She is rescued and has an out of body, near-death experience before waking up in a hospital in Inverness where she suffers from amnesia. She is visited by a man who says that he is her husband and that he had tried to stop her from going on a walking holiday in Scotland alone. When her memory returns, Jennifer Redmond remembers the real reason why she is in Scotland: she has a loveless marriage and has left her husband, Peter. Before her accident, Jennifer meets Scottish hotel owner Angus Cameron and they are immediately attracted to one another. Peter Raymond believes that due to his expected promotion within an American company, that a loyal wife is essential and he will do and say anything in order to persuade her to return home to Berkshire with him. He eventually succeeds. Angus Cameron has lived for many years in Australia and has a secret past. He has fallen in love with Jennifer and when he realises that she is returning home with Peter, he eventually goes back there and becomes a recluse. Peter tells Jennifer about his promotion and plans to take her and his secretary Susie to America on business. Whilst there, Peter and Susie start an affair. Later, one of Peter's junior colleagues discovers this and sends two anonymous letters to Jennifer. Meanwhile, their son Robert announces the date of his marriage to Claire and Jennifer has to keep quiet about it until after the wedding... This is an eternal triangle with many twists and turns. Will Jennifer at last find the love and happiness that she has been seeking and how does a thin and straggly dingo dog in the Australian outback assisther?

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781412087810
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1412087813
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: Trafford Publishing
384 Pages
Poids: 0,485 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1412087813

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
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