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15 streets.

A laborer from the docks falls in love with a young teacher from a prosperous family, but slander, violence, and death take their toll before the lovers tentatively plan a new life together.

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  • "A laborer from the docks falls in love with a young teacher from a prosperous family, but slander, violence, and death take their toll before the lovers tentatively plan a new life together."@en
  • "A laborer from the docks falls in love with a young teacher from a prosperous family, but slander, violence, and death take their toll before the lovers tentatively plan a new life together."
  • "For the impoverished of 1800s Ireland, life on the Fifteen Streets is a prison of sorts. For no matter how hard each of them works, no one escapes. The eldest son in an ever-expanding family, John O'Brien, unlike his brooding father, carries the burden of his loved ones on his strong shoulders--and their cares in his breaking heart. When John meets Mary Llewellyn, a lightening bolt of desire sets into motion an unwavering determination to work his way out of poverty, for Mary is from a world of privilege and wealth that looks down upon his kind. Thwarted at every turn--first by John's dangerous brother Dominic, a violent bad seed, then by Mary's outraged family--the embattled couple must fight for what they believe in--a love that comes along once in a lifetime."@en
  • "Catherine Cookson was one of the world's most beloved writers. Her books have sold millions of copies, and her characters and their stories have captured the imaginations of readers around the globe. Now, available for the first time in this country, comes one of Cookson's earliest and most stirring historical romances: -- The Fifteen Streets is a rare treat for lovers of romantic fiction."@en
  • "Poverty-stricken dock laborer John O'Brien defends his family from a drunken father and brother before falling in love with his sister's seemingly unattainable teacher."

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