"We can't sell it to someone like him!" Helen had to admit the sale of their estate was necessary. She and her mother could no longer afford to keep it up. But she couldn't agree with her mother that selling it to the popular writer, Jarret Manning, would be a good deal. Jarret was a stranger, a rootless jet-setter with no sense of tradition. Yet Helen soon discovered that arguing over real estate was the least of her problems with Jarret. He threatened to come between her and her fiance, Charles. And he seemed likely to succeed!
by Anne Mather
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