Nurse Daphne Clarke and Major Paul Ashfield marry just before Singapore is invaded. Wrenched apart by the war, each believes the other has died in the bombing.
When they meet again, it is in church where Paul is about to wed another woman.
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Previously published as: The Trouble With Playboys
As the world teeters on the brink of World War 2, Paul Ashfield travels to Australia in search of the mother who deserted him. He meets Daphne Clarke, and after nights of passionate love-making, they decide to marry, but Paul discovers a shocking family secret. He and Daphne share the same mother. Devastated, he quickly departs the scene.
In Singapore, they meet again, and Daphne tells him she is not his sister. They marry just prior to Singapore being invaded by the Japanese. In the chaotic aftermath, each believe the other has died during the bombing. When they finally see each other again, it is in an English church, where Paul is about to wed another woman