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The Road to the Border e-book

Author:

Elizabeth Ashton

Language:

English

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1885 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Harlequin Books; 1St Edition edition (1974)

ISBN:

0373018533

The Road to the Border e-book

by Elizabeth Ashton


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"Mavis had grown accustomed to the fact that men found her glamorous sister Aline more attractive than her nondescript self. But when David MacAuchie came on the scene, for once she felt like competing with her sister. She had got off to a head start, since her first meeting with David led her to travel with him by road to Scotland -- a long journey that gave her plenty of time to get to know him --and to fall in love with him. But what chance would Mavis ever have of gaining his love once Aline decided that this was yet another man who would not escape her clutches?"
Centrizius
I remember reading this book back in the seventies and was pleased to find it again. Mavis, a fairly typical, naive young woman of nineteen meets a mature man of around thirty, David MacAuchie.

Most of the conflict was based around her certainty that he couldn't possibly be serious about her especially when confronted by her far more attractive sister Aline.

We get an enjoyable tour from Norfolk right through to the highlands and a hero who enjoys caravanning.

The women's lib patter and conflict around the permissive society is fairly typical of the time. The hero is adorable and the HEA sweet and satisfying.
Mavegelv
It shocked me that I liked this book. I saw that it had a lot of women's lib commentary and immediately thought the worst but the author represented the two leading ladies so well that although they were personifications of the naive extremes of the debate of the time they were relatable (even at their most offensive.)

Other than that, Mavis and David were a WONDERFUL couple. I wished the best for them even knowing that is was inevitable.

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