Dora is dissatisfied.
Although she's at the center of New York society, Dora Porter still feels there's something missing in her life. But a textile mill wasn't what she had in mind. When she learns her father has purchased a Southern mill for her, she is upset. . .and faced with a difficult decision: either she assumes ownership or loses her inheritance.
Allen Bolden never pictured himself with a wife until he aides injured Dora in the mountains near the Biltmore Estate. As a teenager he left his parents' strained marriage behind and settled down to permanent bachelorhood. Now he can't wrest his thoughts from Dora's pretty face.
Desperate to make a success of her business venture, Dora requests Allen's advice, but their positions are as incompatible as oil and water. Can they find a solution together before disaster strikes the mill and their relationship?
Used availability for Irene Brand's A Life Worth Living
1985 : UK Mass Market Paperback
May 2013 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition