No Place For A Woman by Meg Hutchinson
In No Place for a Woman, the uncompromising Edmund Shaw reads the riot act to Hutchinson's heroine Laura. She is told in no uncertain terms what an unfit wife she would make and Shaw even engineers her father's bankruptcy. But in the struggle with Edmund, she is unable to see that Rafe Travers, always to hand, offers her a different path. Meg Hutchinson has shown she can hold her own with the most accomplished of romance writers in such books as For the Sake of a Child and No Place of Angels, as she reinvents familiar traditions of the genre through her colourful, larger-than-life characters and plotting. For fans of full-blooded, vividly drawn romantic drama, Hutchinson is top of the tree. --Barry Forshaw
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