Cousin Gail had told a whopper. But Maggie Sinclair didn't know it. IfMaggie had known, she would have been calmer during the family reunion onher Kansas City farm. She might not have fluttered nervously from group togroup, avoiding a man who defined masculinity, who breathed new meaning intoher name whenever he spoke it. If Maggie had known that Sam Matthews was notCousin Gail's fancee, nor her lover, nor even romantically inclined towardGail, Maggie might not have felt so terrible about certain unruly instinctsthat were reacting indecently to Sam's advances. Maggie, however, wastotally in the dark.
Used availability for Jacqueline Ashley's Spring's Awakening
April 1987 : UK Paperback
June 1986 : UK Paperback