Margaret Pedler (died 28 December 1948) was a novel author from Great Britain, whose main field of work was romantic fiction, in which she was quite successful. Pedler studied piano and singing at the Royal Academy of Music, and published several songs for which she wrote both the music and lyrics, but eventually chose writing over composing. Over her career as a best-selling writer, from 1917 to 1947, she produced over twenty novels.
The vision of desire is a romantic novel by Margaret Pedler. The narrative follows Eliot, a man with a broken heart. Whatever he does, he can’t get along with women and loses faith in them completely. But one he meets Ann, and his renouncement of womankind gives a crack. Will Eliot heal his wounds or there is no more way to mend his heart? Read and find out!