Had success, and the struggle for success, spoiled Martin Kennedy? To mostpeople, even those who had known him longest and best, he was a monster --arrogant, unfeeling, caring for nothing and no one but the huge departmentstore he had built up from nothing.? But to Vicki Laidlaw, he was anunhappy, lonely man -- the man she loved and whom she was convinced shecould make happy.? That was why she had accepted his proposal of marriage --a marriage, he had made it plain, that he had planned only as a gesture ofdefiance to Stephanie Joyce, the beautiful actress who had so publiclyjilted him, and to which he was bringing no love.? In the face of all theseodds, how could Vicki possibly hope to succeed?
Used availability for Norrey Ford's The Romantic Heart
March 1970 : UK Paperback