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Polly Talbot is well educated but rather plain compared to her twin sisters. She works for Sir Ronald, typing up his manuscript on Greek and Roman history. Sam Gervis takes on the project after Ronald’s death, and Polly moves into his home he can oversee her work. While living there, she realizes there’s more to life than her rural lifestyle and decides to become a nurse. It will get her away from Sam, as well, who is very severe with her and would never be interested in a plain girl like her when he’s engaged to a beauty like Deirdre. They can’t get away from each other so easily, however, as Sam works as a doctor in the same hospital.
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- it was alright 3
- JAB 08/09/2018
The hero and heroine meet because the heroine is the typing up the book for an old friend of the hero. Then the old friend dies and he asks the heroine if she would finish it because she's the closest person who can read and write Greek and Latin to finish it up. As the story goes along, the hero finds the heroine to be an appealing person, different from his beautiful if not selfish fiancee. Despite becoming closer and closer, he acts cross because he doesn't understand that he's falling in love and when he realizes it, the heroine puts up walls that the hero has to take down slowly. The heroine since meeting the hero has really been henpecked by not only the fiancee who becomes an ex-fiancee but also by one of the nurses who wants the hero despite his status as being taken by another woman. Both women make it hard for the heroine in both professional and personal life that she goes home in tears. In the end, the hero goes after her and confesses that he's been in love with her since day one. It was a simplistic and nice romance that developed at a slow pace but not at a boring one.
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