Bookmark Author Subjects ; ; Audience General Summary The one consuming passion of Tona Felton's life has been to travel and forget the monotony of her life as a City typist in London. At the time of her death in 1985, Robins's books had been translated into fifteen languages and had sold more than one hundred million copies. For lovely Tona Felton, it s a dream come true a trip aboard the gleaming, luxurious Balkans Express to a tiny storybook country. The Château de Lurmines is a glorious new home for Dana Chesney, a pretty young convalescent who might never leave her wheelchair. Unfortunately he was so annoyed by Ivor Nicholson's offer that he refused to compete and at once released me from my contract with his firm. She would give anything to be out there by the glittering water, floating in a gondola through golden Venetian afternoons and moonlit evenings with the man of her dreams.
Her first play, Heatwave, written in collaboration with , was produced at the , London, in 1929. He is serious determined - a man who works for every penny he made and who has no time for play. Denise Robins, née Denise Naomi Klein b. During her long career as a writer, from about 1917 until her death in 1985, Robins certainly wrote more than one hundred and sixty books. A thrilling novel of espionage and romance set agains the sultry, exotic Gold Coast of Africa.
She wrote under her first married name and under the pen-names: Denise Chesterton, Hervey Hamilton, Francesca Wright, Ashley French, Harriet Gray and Julia Kane, producing , , and some two hundred novels. Just a week before her marriage to Gordon Veriland, Evelyn meets and falls in love with Shane Cargill. Despite the monstrous husband who has shattered her dreams, will Fate give her a second chance? Our problem was to find a way to satisfy the superstar. Because, knowing that he is dying, Edgar has made some very special changes to his will. Somehow, the money from the first dog show went missing, and the Dealtrys held a second show to pay the prize money owed on the first. In 1965, Robins published her autobiography, Stranger Than Fiction. Somehow, the money from the first dog show went missing, and the Dealtrys held a second show to pay the prize money owed on the first.
A captivating love story from the 100-million-copy bestselling Queen of Romance, first published in 1928, and available now for the first time in eBook. After her aunt's death, Thea gladly gives up her dreary job in the suburbs to travel to the island of Biscany. She escapes to Paris and a loveless marriage, and begins to understand, possibly too late, what true love is all about. Alone and terrified, Gay refused to give up hope that one day she would see Rick again-and tell him she loved him. But Mulheim had her kidnapped and sold as a white slave in darkest Ligati. Maurice Dupont, the young Fr.
A contract she signed in 1932 paid her £2,400 for eight books, which were those from Shatter the Sky July 1933 to How Great the Price June 1935. Patricia Moreland has always longed to go China, to experience at first hand the exotic, mysterious Orient. Isn't that always typical of men? She died on 1 May 1985 in England. And, in the quiet elegance of his private railway car, he offers her even more a lifetime of love. In reality he was Miska the Gypsy and his bitterest enemy was Rina's fiancé. Penny must face her dilemma: stay faithful to her invalid husband, or return to her true love? As a writer of fiction, Denise Klein wrote under a variety of pen-names, including Denise Chesterton, Francesca Wright, Ashley French, Harriet Gray, Hervey Hamilton and Julia Kane. Wild and elemental as her native Dartmoor, with her flaming red-gold hair, challenging dark eyes and the supple allurement of her figure, she has always stood apart from the locals: like a creature from another world.
Charles Fettermore is a deeply embittered man who has his own reasons for wanting revenge on Bevil Royce. However, like , Robins continued to publish most of her books under her first married name. The childhood of Denise, Adrian and Daryl Klein was far from settled. During her long career as a writer, from about 1917 until her death in 1985, Robins certainly wrote more than one hundred and sixty books. The problem was that when they did meet, the Englishman fell in love with the adorable Julie and she with him. The Eve of this book is no exception, but when she finds she is only passing amusement to the man she loves, she marries a young Doctor on the rebound. After serving as an officer in the , he became a Fellow of the and changed his name to Adrian Cornwell-Clyne.
This publisher was Ivor Nicholson, a young man, charming, clever journalist having the Bernard Watson wealth to support his venture, established a publishing house. But the pretty but penniless little typist had been merely a temporary whim of the worldly Bevil - and now he is engaged to the chic daughter of a wealthy and influential baronet. Again she received a contract for next six books and was given twenty five pounds advance for each book and her third contract was one hundred pounds for each book and was to write four books plus she received twelve and a half percent terms. Fortunately, she is offered a job at the world famous couturier, Maison Christophe, and there her beauty and elegance make her easily the top mannequin. However, like Agatha Christie, Robins continued to publish most of her books under her first married name. A dramatic story of love and ambition, set against the turbulence of the second World War. Moments before, Fenella finds her blond fiancé Max with another woman, and in a blind fury she rides with the stranger through the Canadian wilderness to the magistrate's office - to become Mrs.
Against her will Lexa finds herself falling helplessly in love with the mysterious stranger, and he with her. Soon, Philippa realizes that she is head over heels in love with Hugh, but that duty must keep her trapped in marriage to a vicious, pompous bore. When her old friend Sheila Mason suggests that she accompany her on a trip to Shang Tao, Pat is delighted. Some other members of her family are well-known artists. But Gil had a secret: a tempestuous infatuation he had once had in Paris with the attractive and sophisticated Manon. The voyage back from India had been a memorable one for Frensham.
Advertisements Personal life Born Denise Naomi Klein on 1 February 1897 in , , was the daughter of , who was also a prolific author who wrote under several names, and of her first husband, , who was a professor of music and journalist. Denise Naomi Klein married firstly Arthur Robins, a corn broker on the. Jonquil's secluded life as the heiress to the Rivers millions was no preparation for his seductive line, and only when she had married him did she discover that his dominating passion was revenge, not love. Can she ever be first in his affections? In 1905, the Dealtrys had some serious troubles in connection with the promotion of dog shows, which they had been drawn into by Kathleen's sister Alice Stennard Robinson, a leading member of the Ladies' Kennel Association founded 1904 and the National Cat Club. His eldest daughter, Alice Cornwell, born 1852, was spectacularly rich by the 1890s, returning to England and buying the newspaper.
His eldest daughter, Alice Cornwell, born 1852, was spectacularly rich by the 1890s, returning to England and buying the Sunday Times newspaper. She was paid thirty pounds advance for three novels, plus ten percent terms. Until that night when Hugh Dawltry, handsome, mysterious, flirtatious Hugh, tells her he loves her. Also that there is a limit to the time a girl can love a faithless and irresponsible husband. A captivating love story from the 100-million copy bestselling Queen of Romance, originally published in 1941 and now available for the first time in eBook.