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Essie Summers book covers were featured as part of a heritage romance cover display at the Auckland Central Library in 2013 . 1978 The Lake of the Kingfisher. 1979 My Lady of the Fuchsias. 1979 One More River to Cross. 1980 The Tender Leaves.

Essie Summers book covers were featured as part of a heritage romance cover display at the Auckland Central Library in 2013. A Ryman Healthcare retirement village in Christchurch was renamed from Beckenham Courts to Essie Summers Retirement Village in honour of her. Bibliography.

This is a book full of Essie Summers-isms. The big misunderstanding. The suddenly-admirable (but still a snippy bitch), stunningly lovely OW whose needs take first place over the H&h's happiness. The meddling characters from former books who warn the MCs about making the same mistakes they did. The plot moppets (who are actually fairly well done) who dictate main events in the book.

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She didn't run far enough. She stopped unexpectedly to come to the aid of the elderly Rosina Claremont at her country estate.

My Lady of the Fuchsias Paperback – June, 1979. Essie Summers always describes in great detail the scenic beauty of New Zealand plus the distinctive personalities of each of the main characters. by. Essie Summers (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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Her retreat led her back to square one! Priscilla loved her boss, P.B. Lockhart. Since he was engaged to someone else, running away seemed a good idea. She didn't run far enough. She stopped unexpectedly to come to the aid of the elderly Rosina Claremont at her country estate. Rosina was preparing to look after three children in spite of what her domineering nephew, Barnabas, would say. Who could have foreseen that the formidable Barnabas was P.B. Lockhart?

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Gann
Essie Summers always describes in great detail the scenic beauty of New Zealand plus the distinctive personalities of each of the main characters. I just love her books!
Xaluenk
This is linked to Sweet are the Ways with Dougal and Elspeth MacNab making several appearances. This is a variation of the boss secretary romance with Priscilla leaving her job to escape from her feeling for Peter B. Lockhart only to find herself tied up with his Aunt Rosina and a family of children.

Thrown together when he visits his aunt, they discover that her writing and his illustrating are complementary talents. However he has misunderstood her reasons for moving away from her family and of course she can never tell him the real reason why she left.

This was a very natural romance with a long standing connection in the office turning into a friendship and artistic collaboration. There are of course the usual misunderstandings and another woman who seems to be in possession which is why Priscilla made the move.

An enjoyable read and nice to revisit previous characters.
My Lady of the Fuchsias download epub
Author: Essie Summers
ISBN: 0373022816
Category: Romance
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin; First Thus edition (June 1979)