For Mary Rowan, the name Bourne meant hatred, death, and poverty. Once the Rowans and Bournes were great friends--until tragedy struck and her father killed himself. And her mother later died under the strain of debt--leaving Mary to struggle with the burden of payment.But now the debt was finished--or was it? What would the Bournes want now--now that Mary had fallen in love with their son...?
Used availability for Iris Bromige's April Wooing
December 1972 : UK Hardback