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Enchantment in Blue book. Flora Kidd published her first novel, Visit To Rowanbank, in 1966 at Mills & Boon. In 1977, the family moved to Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, where she continued her romance career with Mills & Boon until 1989, when she retired. In 1994, she published the first of the The Marco Polo Project novels, to support a project to build a replica of the 19th century ship Marco Polo. Flora Kidd passed away on March 19, 2008 at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
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304-MARRIAGE in mexico. 1907-ENCHANTMENT in blue. 1977-THE dance of courtship. 1999-THE summer wife. 309-PASSIONATE encounter. 344-STAY through the night. 370-THE arranged marriage. 2056-THE black knight. 2146-TO play with fire. 2228-THE bargain bride.
Romance Treasury: Quicksilver Summer, Enchantment in Blue, The Storm Within. Dorothy Cork, Flora Kidd and Sue Peters. Published by The Romance Treasury Association. ISBN 10: 0373040687 ISBN 13: 9780373040681.
Flora Kidd Book List. Download as DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for inappropriate content. saveSave Flora Kidd Book List For Later. 1973) If Love Be Love (1973) The Legend of the Swans (1973) If Love Be Blind (1973) Gallant's Fancy (1974) Paper Marriage (1974) Enchantment in blue (1975) Stranger in the Glen (1975) The Bargain Bride (1976) The Dance of Courtship (1976) The Summer Wife (1976) The Black Knight (1976) Jungle of Desire (1977) Night of the Yellow Moon (1977) Dangerous Pretence (1977).
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The plots for Gallant's Fancy (1974) and Enchantment in Blue (1976) also take off in the Caribbean Islands, indicating a period of writing that took Flora Kidd to the location of her novels.
Flora Kidd's debut novel Visit to Rowanbank (1966) is set in a first person narrative, and is indicative of the historical development of this genre by the Mills & Boon publishing house since all subsequent romance novels published by the series have been written in third person narratives. The plots for Gallant's Fancy (1974) and Enchantment in Blue (1976) also take off in the Caribbean Islands, indicating a period of writing that took Flora Kidd to the location of her novels. Gallant's Fancy" (1974) presents an interesting anecdote to the 'typing pool' where all aspiring working girls were relegated at one time or another.