He thought marriage was some sort of trap. Judy Campbell was youthful,petite and feminine--hardly the usual description of a truck-driving,sod-toting landscape gardener. But then, Malcolm Stewart was no ordinaryclient, either. The celebrated Sydney architect was handsome, funny andgenerous-and altogether too easy to fall in love with. Which made for animpossible situation, considering their attitudes to marriage. It hurt Judyto learn that the man she loved resisted giving himself to a lifetimecommitment. But it simply was not in her nature to settle for anything less.
Used availability for Emma Darcy's The Impossible Woman
November 1985 : UK Hardback
December 1991 : UK Paperback
November 1986 : UK Paperback