When Leonie Creighton was chosen as Claire Elstone's companion on a voyageto Australia, she knew that the whole purpose of the journey was to separateClaire from a young man of whom her father disapproved. So it was aconsiderable shock to her to find, the first night out, that this very youngman was aboard too in the capacity of Assistant Surgeon, and that he didn'tseem to be quite the villain that Sir James had pictured. Leonie wasextremely worried as to what to do; and she had troubles of her own as well,connected with the Senior Surgeon, who had, it seemed, thought her a sillylittle flirt in her hospital days and did not seem prepared to revise hisopinion now. But when an emergency arose on board, it was to Leonie that heturned for extra help in the ship's hospital, and so began for her ahappiness that was not to end with the voyage but to last, "for ever andever".
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1959 : UK Paperback
|Title: For Ever and Ever (Harlequin Romance, No. 461)|
Author(s): Mary Burchell
ISBN: 0-373-00461-3 / 978-0-373-00461-4 (UK edition)
Publisher: Harlequin Books