The Conway Touch

. . . an Iris Bromige title


The Conway Touch (1958)
Hodder & Stoughton (1958)

Georgina Shannon struggled to recover from a shattered love affair by burying the past and with it her life-long friendship with the Conways, who were responsible for her broken engagement. But Hugo Conway believed Gina's road of escape was the wrong one and he refused to be dismissed as an enemy. He tells her: "You won’t escape it, the Conway touch, Gina. It's part of your life that you can't cut out." But Hugo had a hard task before him, for Gina was a difficult person to handle.

The Conway Touch (1970)
IPC magazines - Woman's Weekly Library - no 544 (1970)

Gina blamed Hugo for destroying her happiness, but she found that he brought her a love deeper than she had ever known.

The Conway Touch (not known)
White Lion Publishers (not known)

Could two friends share the same man? The Conway and Shannon families were more than neighbours, they were friends, growing up together for more than twenty years. And Gina Shannon considered Margot Conway her best friend.

But everything went sour the day that Gina announced her engagement to Stuart Dysart. She loved him very much and Margot shared her happiness and her plans. But Margot was too eager to help. When Stuart lost his apartment, Margot quickly offered him her own home ...

The Conway Touch (1974)
Beagle Books (1974)

Could two friends share the same man?

The Conway and Shannon families were more than neighbors, they were friends, growing up together for more than twenty years. And Gina Shannon considered Margot Conway her best friend.

But everything went sour the day that Gina announced her engagement to Stuart Dysart. She loved him very much and Margot shared her happiness and her plans. But Margot was too eager to help. When Stuart lost his apartment, Margot quickly offered him her own home ....

IPC Magazines - Woman's Weekly Fiction Series
Vol 8 No 2 (1981)

The Conways had played a welcome part in the lives of the Shannons since childhood - until they caused the break up of Gina's engagement to Stuart Dysart. In a desperate attempt to build a new life, Gina saw only one course ahead - to sever all links with the past. But Hugo Conway was convinced that Gina was making a terrible mistake. His family, he felt, were as much part of her life, her identity, as were her own people. Somehow, he would have to rekindle her trust, but with a headstrong girl like Gina, he would need all the friendly persuasion he could muster!




Date Publisher Binding Remarks
1958 Hodder and Stoughton hardback
1970 IPC Magazines paperback Woman's Weekly Library (No 544)
? White Lion Publishers hardback
1974 Beagle Books paperback May 1974
1981 IPC Magazines paperback Woman's Weekly Fiction Series (Vol 8 No 2)




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