The Side of the Angels by Leona Blair

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Years after she abandoned her daughter and ran off with a glamorous cousin, Polly Benedict returns to her husband, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, and her daughter, Kate, determined to reestablish family ties.
 

About Leona Blair

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Leona Blair is the author of "Privilege and "A World of Difference. Her last novel," The Side of the Angels, was a Main Selection of The Literary Guild. "From the Hardcover edition.
 
Published January 1, 1992 by Bantam Books. 480 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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When 12-year-old Kate Ballard's beautiful, feckless mother, Sydney, runs off with her own cousin, Kate vows never to let love wreak havoc in her life.

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With a joyous rebel whoop, bestselling author Blair ( A World of Difference ) unleashes an outstanding cast of feisty, memorable and believably flawed women. Kate Ballard, a brilliant child peppered w

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Like all of those whom Kate loves, from her insecure movie-idol husband , Win , to her scheming best friend Rebecca, Polly tries to steer Kate in directions she is loathe to go.

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