The Girl

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4.00 · 4 ratings · Published: Jan 1st, 1977 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Her name was Hannah Boyle, but to the people of the village she would always be “The Girl” – Matthew Thornton’s bastard.

Savagely treated by Matthew’s wife, Anne, she fled for protection to the devil-may-care horse-dealer, Ned Ridley, who had earlier befriended her. But, as the waif grew to beautiful womanhood, she became an object of desire to the local young men, and even to her half-brother.

Against her wishes, she was married off to a gross, sensual man, but Hannah kept on fighting for the man she wanted: Ned Ridley, who adored her and taught her the meaning of true love and passion...

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