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Literary Fiction

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Nothing Ventured, Crocker, Ida
1 Crocker, Ida Nothing Ventured
New York Carlton Press January 1990 0806237929 / 9780806237923 Hardcover Good+ in Very Good dust jacket 
Text is clean. Tan cloth with black lettering. Cover shows almost no wear at all. Front fly-leaf is missing, which is reason for condition downgrade. DJ shows normal shelfwear. ; From dust jacket flap: Erin has as last finished college, but she is still undecided about what to do with her life. Her wealthy parents died when she was a young girl, and she was brought up with the love and security by her father's best friend, Warren Blake, whom she calls Uncle Renny. Now Erin plans to spend an undisturbed summer at home - hers and Renny's home - relaxing, renewing acquaintances with old friends, and considering her own clowdy future. But soon there are growing complications. Erin meets Paul Moreland, a young lawyer out of school, and a relationship develops. Paul is everything a woman could want in a man - handsome, charming, intelligent, witty, sensitive - and head-over-heels in love with Erin herself. Erin likes him a lot, but does she love him? Is she willing to spend her life with him? Slowly Erin comes to realize that the man she does love is Renny, old enough to be her father, the man who in fact acter as her father for most of her life. And Renny too feels a growing attraction for Erin, now a mature and beautiful young woman. Nothing Ventured is a haunting story of a May-December romance, of two people's awakening to true love and their desparate efforts to deny it, of two decent souls and their struggle for emotional happiness. ; 160 pages 
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