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  • By Callie on May 20, 2016

    Nora Linton had been writing letters back and forth with Sir Alden Kane. She left her unhappy home to go marry him . She arrived in Ireland to find out his fifteen year old daughter had written the letters. Alden had just come back to find herthere.He had a horrible reputation, gaming, mistresses, one woman after another. He lived a different life style with his daughter. He had a horrible marriage his wife killed running away with another man. He was trying to hide all this from his daughter.She wanted a mother so that is why she wrote the letters. He was so angry he was going to kick Norah out the same day.She could not go back home or had any money.He later married her because of her name his was tarnished . He wanted his daughter to be accepted in society.I really liked this story would Alden change and care for Norah she loved him. The story has a villain is set on revenge . Norah trusted him till the end.You should read this book a man who swore to never love again. He finds it with the most unlikely woman one he would have not looked at twice.

  • By Regan on March 8, 2015

    From the author of NIGHTWYLDE comes another wonderful Irish historical romance.Set in Ireland in the Regency period (early 19th century), this is the story of Sir Aidan Kane, a war hero and a man who was wronged by the woman he married. He lives with guilt he may have killed her as some say he did. The child she gave him, Cassandra, is his greatest treasure. Now 15, Cassandra decides to give her father a birthday present, one she thinks he very much needs. But she fails to tell him it’s a wife.Norah Linton arrived at Castle Rathcannon in Ireland, expecting to find a lonely widower because of the letters she’d received, which unbeknownst to her, were actually written by Cassandra. Instead, she finds a man in a fit of temper over the whole idea until it occurs to him that a woman of untarnished reputation, like Norah, could help smooth the way for his daughter into society, a daughter who would otherwise face scorn for her father’s many sins.It’s a great story, well-told and brimming with angst. There’s a bit of the conflict between the English and the Irish as well since Aiden’s ancestors took their land from the Irish. Norah is a sensitive, caring and brave woman who sees beyond Aidan’s hard crust to the loveable man inside. Cassandra is endearing and the secondary characters satisfy.I recommend it!

  • By Picky Reader on October 1, 2017

    I neglected all kinds of things to finish reading this. A lonely woman eager to love, a self-hating rake who desperately loves his daughter. When they are brought together, the romance is delicious. I can't say anything about the suspense portion of the plot without spoilers.In case it seems familiar to you, note that a paperback version of this book was published 20 years before the Kindle version.

  • By E. Martin on October 29, 2017

    An emotionally wounded hero and a heroine who supplies the constancy and calming influence he doesn't even know he needs. Throw in a teen-age daughter caught in that in-between age where she's still daddy's little girl but fast becoming a young woman. Add a seriously demented villain and set all in the background of the Irish/English conflicts and you have the recipe for a really good read.

  • By Kindle Customer on December 22, 2017

    Nora tricked into believing someone loved her. Married to someone that could not love her in return. Complex evil schemes come into her life, and finds her life was in shamble because of one she trusted. In spite of it all will love win? Recommend reading this great book. Guaranteed you will find it hard to put down.

  • By Jo Anne Hogan on October 1, 2017

    Wonderful! Full of danger,heartbreak, intrigue and love. It was astounding. I felt I was on the edge of my seat and hard to wait til the next page. Thank you.

  • By Mary J. Aigner on September 29, 2017

    I enjoyed the intrigue and challenges faced by the characters in this book. Definitely not a wonderland but they overcome the obstacles to find love and healing.

  • By Magpie on December 6, 2017

    I don't want to give away anything,but this book has everything....romance, love, deception, heartbreak, intrigue......Wow! I love the way the story develops and gives you small bits that are not predictable and keep you engaged. I literally gasp when I figured out a piece to the puzzle. I enjoyed this book!


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