Linda did not want to get involved with the wealthy Templars, but when she was asked by Robert Templar to nurse his young sister, Tracy, who had experimented with drugs, she unwillingly found herself being enmeshed in an increasingly complicated web. Tracy was in love with unconventional Daniel Nolan, a young folk singer. Robert ordered Linda to keep Daniel away from Tracy, but Tracy stormed, "l will marry Daniel l" Linda's sympathies were with the young lovers, yet as Roberts employee she owed a duty to him. And duty apart, what about her own growing feelings for him, which crystallise during a long holiday in golden Venice? Her sophisticated rival, Gerda Swan, has surely more chance with him?
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Used availability for Charlotte Lamb's Prisoner of the Heart
January 1972 : UK Hardback