By Denise Robins
A compelling tale from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance,
originally published in 1929 and now available for the first time in
Philippa's error is to give of herself too generously. The man she gives
herself to as wife proves disastrously unequal to the passion she
lavishes on him.
He feels stifled by it, and after only three years of marriage his
thoughts tun to the idea of escape - and his eyes elsewhere. 'Elsewhere'
means an attractively self-possessed young woman who is Philippa's 'best
Philippa's odyssey is long and painful before she can finally come to
terms with her abundant nature...
Denise Robins was born in 1897. Known as the Queen of Romance, she wrote over 160 novels, selling more than one hundred million copies worldwide. Robins' characters are as varied as her themes - the protagonists ranging from eighteen to middle age - while the wonderful variety of settings includes London, Paris, the Swiss mountains, Egypt, Sri Lanka and Morocco. She died at the age of eighty-eight on 1 May 1985.
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- Publication date:
18 Dec 2014
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Hodder & Stoughton