Dearest Mary Jane and the Daughter of the Manor (Mass Market Paperbound)

By Betty Neels, Etc

Harlequin, 9780373605965, 377pp.

Publication Date: January 21, 2014



"Dearest Mary Jane"
Mary Jane Seymour wouldn't like Sir Thomas Latimer for a brother-in-lawshe would like him for a husband But why should she suddenly discover this now of all times, sitting opposite him, being cross-examined as though she were in a witness-boxand fighting an urge to fling her arms around his neck and tell him that she loved him?
"The Daughter of the Manor"
It deeply irritated Leonora that she was always being caught in awkward situations with the village's new doctor, James Galbraithespecially since she was engaged to Tony. But James proved a sturdy support as she did her best to keep her parents' decrepit but much loved manor house running smoothly. There was little point in admitting her growing feelings for James, since he showed so little sign of caring for her.