As Long As I Live
By Emilie Loring
When lovely, bewitching Joan Crofton comes to Boston for a new job, she hopes to find peace and an opportunity to pursue her career as an artist.
But soon she finds herself the focal point of a fierce rivalry between the fascinating and mysterious Craig Lamont and his former friend, Philip Bard — handsome and dazzlingly charming.
All thoughts of peace vanish as Joan struggles to decide which way she should turn — only to realise that she has fallen in love with a man she should hate, a man who seems to think of her only as a stepping stone in his own path to success … and who may be in love with another woman entirely.
Originally published in 1937, As Long As I Live is a thrilling novel of peril and romance.