(PDF) [The Garden Path Harleuin Historical # 120]
His fiance was dead his best friend was dead his brother could be hanged for murder all because of a man from Charleston The girl Thalia Freemont was raised by her aunt and uncle and upon their deaths inherited their plantation she can run it as well as any man could She s currently the ward of her hard drinking hard gambling wastrel older brother He needs money bad and Thalia s the ey to getting it by marrying her off to his wealthy drinking and gambling. Revenge Was Not As Sweet As LoveHis friend his fiancée his family even his name had been taken from Justin Lionheart one ill fated dawn in a duel of honor Now he wandered sea and shore in search of the culprit.
(PDF) The Garden Path Harleuin Historical # 120
Captains waiting for the right moment to catch his manYawnSorry but this was a bit of a mess No real sexual chemistry between our pair the baddies were all really bad boorish insensitive clods The story had possibility but it just dragged on and on and on and on until a big tah dah out of nowhere YawnIf ya ll like wall paper historicals with well bred Misses who can go anywhere unattended and nary an eyebrow raised this might suit Everyone else give it a mis. Er boorish brother's wishes be damned The resourceful belle took matters into hand setting her sights on the mysterious Captain Lionheart who stirred her sound and unbeknownst to Thalia held her fate in his han.
Buddy Thalia says over my dead body to that planThe guy Justin was falsely blamed for his fianc e s suicide and challenged to a duel by her brother and best friend The duel doesn t go how it should not Justin s fault but he takes the blame for the death of his friend the only way to prove his innocence is to find the man who impregnated and abandoned his fianc e He adopts the surname Lionheart and goes under cover as one of Charleston s favorite dashing sea. Responsible for his ruin But sweet revenge would be found at last in the arms of his enemy's alluring sisterNo man could run a plantation as well as she No man would run her life either Thalia Freemont vowed