FRIENDLY ENEMY by Peggy O'More

FRIENDLY ENEMY

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Rental romancing in which Daphne, trained in landscape architecture, and her widowed Mother, lose their house to a highway, retreat to five acres on a lake, and try to battle their way to solvency through Mother's running a nursery and Daphne practicing her profession. The love problems are supplied by two men, both of whom cause Daphne many doubts since their actions do not always seem to be for her best interests, and her own blindness, when she finally settles on one, adds further cardiac complications. But love conquers all -- questions of property rights, contractors, malicious neighbors, water companies, possible clients, the dog, Kip, storms and money matters -- and Daffy gets around to saying ""I do"". The spit and spat school of heroines, in very black and white -- and some red.

Publisher: Arcadia House