The Enchanted Garden

. . . an Iris Bromige title


The Enchanted Garden (1956)
Hodder & Stoughton (1956)

Julian's garden had always been Fiona's refuge when her world became too harsh, and Julian himself was her only friend.

But though he was always kind and understanding, she had to bring herself to part from Julian and lovely Alanbridge.

Only then would he realise that she was no longer a child.

The Enchanted Garden (1958)
Hodder & Stoughton (1958)

Julian's garden had always been Fiona's refuge when her world became too harsh, and Julian himself was her only friend. But though he was always kind and understanding, Fiona had to bring herself to part from Julian and lovely Alanbridge. Only then would he realise that she was no longer a child.

The Enchanted Garden (1964)
IPC Magazines - Woman's Weekly Library - No 84 (1964)

There was magic in the garden for Fiona, when Julian walked there.

The Enchanted Garden (1966)
Hodder & Stoughton (1966)

Julian's garden had always been Fiona's refuge when her world became too harsh, and Julian himself was her only friend. But though he was always kind and understanding, Fiona had to bring herself to part from Julian and lovely Alanbridge. Only then would he realise that she was no longer a child.

The Enchanted Garden (1976)
Coronet (1976)

Her cousin Julian had been Fiona's closest friend ever since her childhood. She was always glad of his kindness and understanding, and the refuge of his beautiful garden. Twelve years separated them in age but at eighteen Fiona felt that Julian was still inclined to treat her as a child.

In contrast Fiona's widowed father was cold and critical towards her. At times he seemed openly hostile. He planned to transform his shy daughter into a hostess who could help him attain his ambition to become mayor of Elton. He didn't even seem to notice that she was unhappy. But when Fiona decided that she was standing in the way of Julian's marriage, the only solution seemed to be to leave her friend and go away for a while ...




Date Publisher Binding Remarks
1956 Hodder and Stoughton hardback Published 13 September 1956
1958 Hodder and Stoughton paperback
1964 IPC Magazines paperback Woman's Weekly Library (No 84)
1966 Hodder and Stoughton paperback Third Impression 1976 - as Coronet.




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