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by Blair, Emma

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TitleThe daffodil sea
Author / Responsible partyBlair, Emma
TopicsRomance. Domestic Fiction Floriculture. Music-halls. England -- Devon.
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd.


When Devon farmer's daughter Roxanne Hawkins attends a local summer concert, the 14-year-old is blindingly stage-struck - On the day of St Petroc's autumn fair, Roxanne runs away to seek fame and fortune in the bright lights of London. There she stumbles across suave and sophisticated music-hall fixer Harry Bright, who persuades her to adopt the stage-name Annie Breeze. The popular double act Bright and Breeze is born. But, at the height of her career, disaster strikes, forcing her to make a heart-rending decision. Returning to Devon, Roxanne carves out a new life for herself on her peaceful and beautiful daffodil farm. It's a life where love cannot penetrate. Or can it?

Additional Information

System control numberS13607
Original Print PublisherNew York : Bantam Books, 1994.
NarratorEve Karpf.
Narrator NameEve Karpf.
Participant or performer noteEve Karpf.
Narrators GenderFemale narrator