Saturday's Child

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Mills & Boon presents the Betty Neels collection. Timeless tales of heart–warming romance by one of the world's best–loved romance authors. She was a true 'Saturday's child'. Abigail worked hard for a living. And she expected to go on earning her own living for no man had shown signs of wanting to marry her–least of all the mysterious Professor Dominic van Wijkelen. Certainly he admired her nursing skills. He confi dently asked her to take on his private cases, which took Abigail from London to Holland then Spain. But all he seemed to feel for her was intense dislike! Did Dominic not trust women? Was she too plain? Whatever the reason, there was little Abigail could do about it.

Monday's Child poem is an old English nursery rhyme poem first recorded in 1838 Traditions of Devonshire. Numerous versions of the poem exist, with both positive and negative connotations associated with each day.

She has an old family retainer to support and her only option is private nursing. Luckily her first job is a position in Amsterdam nursing an American woman being treated by Professor Dominic van Wijkelin who appears to take an instant ... Saturday's Child.