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An edition of The Daughter of the Manor (1999)

The Daughter of the Manor

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This edition was published in by Harlequin in Toronto, . New York.

Written in English

218 pages

Leonora 'the daughter of the manor' and James Galbraith become acquainted when he sets up as the local doctor - when the previous gentleman retires for his health. Her family has lost much of their wealth, but still feels attached at the roots to their home and their community.

Her parents have the sort of pride that allows their daughter to become basically a home slave, but the concept of her working for hire is repugnant. The way opens up for her to do just that, however, without hurting their 'gentle' expectations too deeply. Her parents are not the mean-spirited type, just unable to cope efficiently with their current situation.

Along the way, those who deserve it find happiness. But first, Leonora has to realize the character of a man she had previously trusted.

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The Daughter of the Manor
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The Daughter of the Manor

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Leonora 'the daughter of the manor' and James Galbraith become acquainted when he sets up as the local doctor - when the previous gentleman retires for his health. Her family has lost much of their wealth, but still feels attached at the roots to their home and their community.

Her parents have the sort of pride that allows their daughter to become basically a home slave, but the concept of her working for hire is repugnant. The way opens up for her to do just that, however, without hurting their 'gentle' expectations too deeply. Her parents are not the mean-spirited type, just unable to cope efficiently with their current situation.

Along the way, those who deserve it find happiness. But first, Leonora has to realize the character of a man she had previously trusted.

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Library of Congress CPB Box no. 2215 vol. 5

The Daughter of the Manor

This edition was published in by Harlequin in Toronto, . New York.


Edition Notes

Series
The Best of Betty Neels
Genre
Fiction.

Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 2215 vol. 5

The Physical Object

Pagination
218 p. ;
Number of pages
218

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3388433M
Internet Archive
daughterofmanor0000neel
ISBN 10
0373810644
LC Control Number
2004596818
OCLC/WorldCat
55985954
Library Thing
3536005
Goodreads
2422387

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