'From the eyes of a maid in love there glows the light of a thousand stars' goes the Eastern saying - and that light had been dimmed from Lisette's eyes when her fiance Dick had gone off on an extended 'business trip' with a glamorous singer, and she was glad of the opportunity to go to the Greek island of Aegina for a while, as companion to the charming Mrs Mallory. However, there was not only Mrs Mallory but her nephew, the handsome, unpredictable stern Greek Sula Condylis. Thoughts of Dick began to fade in the company of the attractive Sual, and Lisette found the 'light of a thousand stars' beginning to shine in her eyes again. But she was still technically engaged to Dick, and Sula if he should find out about it would regard the engagement as being just a s binding as a marriage. So he must not find out. But suppose he did learn how Lisette was deceiving him?
Used availability for Anne Hampson's A Thousand Stars
November 1972 : UK Hardback
February 1973 : UK Paperback