"You don't understand! You're prejudiced against David because he doesn'thappen to be quite our sort," Katherine Mallory told her mother who did notlike the idea of Katherine marrying David Kentish. "Everyone doesn't have tobe just like the Mallorys. Conventional and -- smug and dull. It's justbecause David is different that I fell in love with him!" Mrs. Malloryremained unimpressed -- and Katherine determined. How would it all work out?
Used availability for Mary Burchell's Though Worlds Apart
1967 : UK Hardback