Lights of Love
Barbara Cartland
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An edition of Lights of Love (1958)

Lights of Love

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This edition was published in by Hurst and Blackett in London.

Written in English

256 pages

Dangerous deceit

Enchanting daughter of a poor English vicar, Taryna was posing as a Canadian heiress to please her lonely school friend, Kit. It was an innocent masquerade to appease Kit's snobbish stepmother.

So Taryna was drawn into the glittering world of fabulous wealth and gaiety. But was it all so gay and lighthearted, she wondered? Why had Kit's father entrusted her with a mysterious secret mission? What if he discovered the truth about her?

Before the masquerade was over, Taryna had become the pawn of an unscrupulous financier-and her untried heart learned the meaning of passionate love!

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Cover of: Lights of Love
Lights of Love
1974, Hurst and Blackett
in English
Cover of: Lights of Love
Lights of Love
1973, Pyramid
Paperback in English
Cover of: Lights of Love
Lights of Love
1973, Pyramid Books
Paperback in English
Cover of: Lights of Love
Lights of Love
1970, Arrow Books
Paperback in English
Cover of: Lights of love
Lights of love
1969, ArrowBooks
in English
Cover of: Lights of Love
Lights of Love
1958, Herbert Jenkins
in English

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Lights of Love

First published in 1958



Work Description

Dangerous deceit

Enchanting daughter of a poor English vicar, Taryna was posing as a Canadian heiress to please her lonely school friend, Kit. It was an innocent masquerade to appease Kit's snobbish stepmother.

So Taryna was drawn into the glittering world of fabulous wealth and gaiety. But was it all so gay and lighthearted, she wondered? Why had Kit's father entrusted her with a mysterious secret mission? What if he discovered the truth about her?

Before the masquerade was over, Taryna had become the pawn of an unscrupulous financier-and her untried heart learned the meaning of passionate love!

Lights of Love

This edition was published in by Hurst and Blackett in London.


Edition Notes

Originally published, under the name Barbara McCorquodale. London , Jenkins, 1958.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
823/.9/1F

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL14901341M
ISBN 10
0091193400
OCLC/WorldCat
16233824

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