A prolific author in nearly every genre, Mary Nichols has been thrilling fans of historical and contemporary romance for over 50 years. Here, widowed Kate Meredith, longing for a child of her own, accepts the proposal of stiff, uppercrust Viscount Robert Cranford. But her affections soon become torn when she meets the charming Simon Redfern - a doctor running a home for sick children. Propriety tells her she must stay with Cranford, but her heart knows that the man to make her truly happy is the good doctor.
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The story was dull and boring the only thing that made it able for me finish was the narrator she is one of my favorites.
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