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Forget Me Not THE END OF THE RAINBOW by Donna Baker pmbc
The End Of The Rainbow
Helen McCann


Synopsis: .Lambeth, London, 1861
Dear Tom,
I'm so sorry we quarrelled. How I wish I hadn't left without telling you.

Please understand, I have to find Grandmother. The lives of my family in Wales depend on her...

Oh, Tom, I think I am in terrible trouble. I'm so afraid and I need you more than ever.

I pray I will see you again.

Megan

Series:  Forget Me Not
Publishing Details:  Scholastic. 1998. 220 pages. Paperback.
ISBN 10: 0590139436  ISBN 13: 9780590139434
Condition:   Moderate cover wear, some storage marks & dents, moderate
reading crease. Pages intact & tanned, a mark in pen inside the back cover.
Weight:  128 gms without packaging.

 

$4.00
Forget Me Not THE DRUID STONE by Helen McCann pfc
The Druid Stone
Helen McCann


Synopsis: .Morach, October 1842
Dear Roddie,
Why must we hide our love? I love you, not your past...

You ask me to trust you, yet you tease poor Charlotte with kind words and knowing glances. You act as though you love her, not me.

And I fear Richard loves me. I cannot tell him my heart is with another. Do not make me wait for ever, I can hold on no more...

Kirsty

Series:  Forget Me Not
Publishing Details:  Scholastic. 1998. 188 pages. Paperback.
ISBN 10: 0590139428  ISBN 13: 9780590139427
Condition:   Moderate cover wear, chipped spine ends, a price in pen on the front, some edge wear, some storage marks & bends, moderate
reading creases. Pages intact & tanned.
Weight:  113 gms without packaging.

 

$4.00
Forget Me Not LAVENDER BLUE by Lorna Read bfc
Lavender Blue
Lorna Read


Synopsis: Lily longs to sing in the music hall, but her parents object. So she  begins a secret singing career and encounters the dashing sergeant Ned Gates. She thinks she's in love with Ned, so why can't she stop thinking  about her friend Billy who writes songs for her?

Series:  Forget Me Not
Publishing Details:  Scholastic. 1998. 205 pages plus preview pages. Paperback.
ISBN 10: 0590139401  ISBN 13: 9780590139403
Condition:   Moderate cover wear, some storage marks, heavy creasing to the bottom front corner, medium reading creases. Pages intact & tanned.
Weight:  125 gms without packaging.

 

$4.00
RAIDERS TIDE by Maggie Prince
Raider's Tide
Maggie Prince


Synopsis: Strong historical fiction and powerful romantic drama set in border country during Elizabethan times -- forbidden passions and family  loyalties; heresy and witchcraft, but at the heart of it, the burgeoning  love of a young girl.  The year is 1578 and Queen Elizabeth 1 is on the  throne. Sixteen year old Beatie, the daughter of a North Country farmer, is defying her family over the matter of her proposed marriage to her  cousin Hugh. She is too busy being the elder daughter and watching over  her family -- overseeing the kitchen work; riding her horse, Saint  Hilda, and most importantly keeping a watchful eye out for the first  sign of marauding Scots from over the border. The family live in  Barrowbeck Tower -- a stronghold which should keep out invaders. But the  Scots do invade and Beatie has to push at the face of one of them who  appears -- courtesy of a grappling iron -- at an upper window. It is a  young face and one that Beatie will never forget. It is the first Scot she has injured, probably killed. Next day, Beatie finds a dirty,  bleeding body in the old hermit's hut in the wood, and discovers that it  belongs to the Scot she pushed from the window. Through guilt she determines to nurse this enemy back to health, despite the terrible danger to herself which could have her burned at the stake. A  smouldering tension of love and intimacy develops between patient and  carer, but that isn't the only possible relationship for Beatie. She is  also growing very close to the young parson, John Becker. This is an  exceptionally atmospheric novel, written in the first person through the voice of this feisty Elizabethan teenager.

Publishing Details:  Collins Books from HarperCollins.2002. 208 pages. Smaller trade size paperback.
ISBN: 0007124031
Condition:   Light cover wear, some storage marks, light reading crease. Pages intact & tanned. There is a remainder mark on the bottom.
Weight:  174 gms without packaging.

 

$5.00
Forget Me Not THE WILDEST DREAM by Kirsty White tfe
The Wildest Dream
Kirsty White


Synopsis: Elizabeth is the daughter of an Irish lord and she makes the  unforgivable mistake of falling in love with Michael, a poor peasant  boy. Can they ever escape Ireland and fulfill their wildest dream of  reaching America?

Series:  Forget Me Not
Publishing Details:  Scholastic. 1998. 199 pages plus preview pages. Paperback.
ISBN 10: 0590139487  ISBN 13: 9780590139489
Condition:   Moderate cover wear, some storage marks & light scuffing, a small nick to the top front edge, light reading crease. Pages intact & tanned.
Weight:  130 gms without packaging.

 

$4.75
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