By Anne Mather
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Marsha shook her head. ’ Shelley lifted her slim shoulders. ’ Marsha shook her head. ’ Shelley was offhand. ‘I could afford it. ’ Marsha finished her tea and propped her elbows on her knees. ‘The—specialist you saw would not have ordered you to take a complete rest if he hadn’t considered you needed it. ’ prompted Shelley drily. ‘Don’t be afraid to say it, Marsha. I guess I got myself into quite a state, one way and another. And having Guy Livingstone on my back hasn’t helped. ’ Marsha sighed.
LIMITED SYDNEY • AUCKLAND • MANILA LONDON • TORONTO First published in 1985 by Mills & Boon Limited Australian copyright 1985 New Zealand copyright 1985 Philippine copyright 1985 � Anne Mather 1985 ISBN 0 263 10863 5 CHAPTER ONE It was a little after four o’clock when Shelley reached the turn-off Marsha had indicated in her letter. ‘Just a few miles beyond the Ripon roundabout,’ she had written. ‘Just look for the sign for Bedale and Leyburn. It’s the A684. ’ And she hadn’t, reflected Shelley thankfully, glad there was only about an hour of her journey left.
Craygill was not served by buses, and there were no convenient underground stations within walking distance of her home. Indeed, Shelley had always been amazed that her friend had adapted herself to life in a Yorkshire dale so easily, after spending the first thirty-eight years of her existence in London. But, evidently, Marsha liked it. Her letters were always full of the enjoyment she got from working in such picturesque surroundings, and the infrequent visits she had made back to the capital had never tempted her to remain.
Stolen Summer (Bestseller Romance) by Anne Mather