Why wouldn't he leave her alone? After a brief disastrous marriage, Karen Ingalls had managed to keep all men at bay for five years. But then she had never encouraged one like Matt Lucas. He'd made up his mind, it seemed, whether Karen liked it or not. And Karen didn't like it--not one bit. She firmly believed that Matt Lucas looked upon her as only a diverting challenge--someone to pursue and claim, briefly. Karen still bore the scars from one encounter with love--why invite further heartache?
Used availability for Helen Bianchin's Edge of Spring
December 1979 : UK Hardback
January 1986 : UK Paperback
March 1981 : UK Paperback