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THE GIRL WITH GREEN EYES

by Neels, Betty

Condition: Fine


Don Mills, ON, Canada: Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 91. A Harlequin Romance paperback, 1st Edition, printed February 1991. Condition r fine , very light crease on front cover hinge, light edge wear on cover and pages, no stamps but has 2 initials in ink inside front cover , cover is bright and glossy. a beautiful book.. We have over 100 Betty Neels ttitles in stock and offer discounts in shipping on additional books sent in the same package, please contact us for more information**..WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK.. Summary - Lucy wasn't a career girl Unlike her two bright go-getting sisters, Lucy's goal was to find a man she loved and settle down with him to a life of happy domesticity. But Mr. Right seemed to be peculiarly elusive. Until the day that Lucy encountered the eminent pediatrician William Thurloe and fell head-over heels in love with him. Not that she had the faintest hope of attracting his interest. Especially with the glamorous Fiona as direct competition. And yet Lucy knew there had to be some way of making William notice her .. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.


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