Family Group

. . . an Iris Bromige title


Family Group (1958)
Hodder & Stoughton (1958)

Jane is the odd girl out in the brilliant and selfish Jebson family. She doesn't realise it until her beautiful sister Stella takes Cliff away from her. Then she knows that she must make her own life away from the family - and independence brings her love.

Family Group (1975)
Beagle Books (1975)

Jane arranged the daffodils and the willow in a large bowl and stood back to admire them. The shape and color of their beauty stirred her; she felt she had a passionate desire to be rid of all human beings and rely instead on the more constant rewards of nature. Although she fled from the imposing walls of her step-father's estate, she wondered if she'd ever really be free.

She sighed. Even here in her isolated haven there was no refuge. How could she have been so foolish as to believe that her escape would numb the pain that nearly broke her .... when her beautiful half-sister took away the only love she ever knew! Brooding, she watched the panorama of a tree-framed sunset melt into night. Her thoughts settled on another dilemma. This new man ... why would he court such a plain, meek girl? Feear crept into her heart. If she surrendered again, what price would she pay ...?

IPC Magazines - Woman's Weekly Images of Love - Vol 4 No 15 (1987)

Passionate love and jealousy are powerful and disturbing emotions. To Jane Langdale, the gentle outsider whose mother married into a close-knit clan, their effect was shattering. Yet in learning the most important lesson of her life, Jane discovered where true happiness lay.




Date Publisher Binding Remarks
1958 Hodder and Stoughton hardback
1975 Beagle Books paperback February 1975
1987 IPC Magazines paperback Woman's Weekly Images of Love (Vol 4 No 15)

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