Some Far Elusive Dawn

Some Far Elusive Dawn The Beresfords of Singapore are bound by the rigid protocols of the English in exile set where teacups and tennis balls are equally important Though their daredevil son challenges expectations and re

The Beresfords of Singapore are bound by the rigid protocols of the English in exile set, where teacups and tennis balls are equally important Though their daredevil son challenges expectations and resists the idea of plying the family shipping trade, a dreamy daughter at first attempts to live up to the lofty Beresford image Into this menage enter two who flout the ruleThe Beresfords of Singapore are bound by the rigid protocols of the English in exile set, where teacups and tennis balls are equally important Though their daredevil son challenges expectations and resists the idea of plying the family shipping trade, a dreamy daughter at first attempts to live up to the lofty Beresford image Into this menage enter two who flout the rules Alex Linwood, shell shocked hero of recently ended WW I, and Dorothy du Lessier, an English born adventuress and would be novelist in search of the mysterious East The newcomers set off sexual sparks, the Beresford siblings take note, and somewhat overheated descriptions of romantic encounters result.

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  1. A pseudonym used by Edna Dawes.Drummond was born in a Military Hospital, as her father was a member of the British Army She spent her early childhood in Hong Kong, where her father was stationed She eventually married a senior British Civil Servant She worked for a time as a WRAC Womens Royal Army Corps She also writes as Elizabeth Darrell, Eve Dane, Edna Dawes, and Eleanor Drew.

634 Reply to “Some Far Elusive Dawn”

  1. When Emma Drummond is on, she s on When she s off, wow Such a snoozer Neither of the male leads were terribly appealing and definitely not enough angst to give this reader much interest No war or other impending political doom waiting to rear its ugly head Just whine whine whine whine whine from all three of time over their never ending personal pity parties.


  2. I ordered this book by Emma Drummond Elizabeth Darrell from ILL because it sounded like the miniseries Tenko which haunted me one summer when I kept unexpectedly catching episodes not in chronological order on AE.The book is what my mother would call overwrought.


  3. EnjoyableI am getting quite a collection of Elizabeth Darrell s books and so far I have enjoyed them all I think they are likely written for women but maybe I am an old very romantic at heart


  4. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Not quite what I expected, this is a quasi romance set in Singapore and written in a scattered style making it a difficult read Merely my opinion.


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