Facing the music
St. Martin's Press,
1st U.S. ed.
"Mary Sheepshanks returns her readers to provincial England, this time to a boarding school where Flavia Cameron, a brilliant young musician, has retreated after a disastrous affair; still reeling from rejection, she hastily agrees to marry a man she admires but does not love: Gervaise, the mild-mannered school headmaster." "Beautiful and talented, Flavia could have stood her ground in the best concert halls in the world; now, in her new role as the headmaster's bride, she swiftly sweeps the entire school off its feet." "But when a dashing widower enrolls his only son in the school, Flavia encounters a man who for the first time in her life sees her not as a showpiece or a prodigy, but as herself. It is a discovery that will throw her life, and all of those around her, into turmoil."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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|record_details||ils:.b11302574|Book|Books|1st U.S. ed.|English|St. Martin's Press,|1997.|298 pages ; 22 cm.|
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|subject_facet||Fiction, Musicians -- Great Britain -- Fiction, Romance fiction, United Kingdom -- Fiction|
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