To Corey, freedom was everything. She wasn't going to give it up for anyone. She wanted things to go on just as they were--Jude Radcliffe living at the Manor, her at the cottage and Jude making love to her sometimes. But Jude wanted marriage--and that scared her. She had never belonged before. Strangely, it was her gypsy mother who made Corey see that freedom was a state of mind. That the gypsy life that Corey had escaped at great sacrifice to her mother was rigidly restricted by traditions. Corey's kind of freedom meant loneliness. Choose love, her mother said.
Used availability for Sara Wood's Passion's Daughter
April 1987 : UK Paperback
January 1986 : UK Paperback
September 1986 : UK Paperback