However, Harriett is determined and will not give in to either the bullying from them or the indifference from her new husband. Her independence comes through when she gets involved in the affairs of the farm that forms part of her husband's estate and later, more dramatically, the dangerous rescue of a young man.
Gradually the barriers between Harriett and her husband break down. Grudging respect becomes affection, and although both are still wary of the other's feelings, they realise affection has become something more - something they cannot reveal as love because of the fears of rejection.
There are still difficulties to overcome before, finally, their love for each other can be declared.
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About the Author
She met Kevin and they married in 1964. They have two children - a son, Spencer, and daughter, Deborah.
She retired at the age of sixty-one and took up writing as a pastime.