Summary

England, 1774. Ten years have elapsed since Lady Philippa Ponsonby Hatfield made a painful sacrifice in giving up the dashing Royal Navy captain with whom she was desperately in love. In the years since, Sir Elliott Lord has gone on to become a famous admiral and hero of England, and now, fate throws them together once more at a glittering ball hosted by none other than Lucien de Montforte, the mighty duke of Blackheath...where love gets a second chance in this sweet and sexy short story by the New York Times and USA Today best-selling, award-winning author of the critically acclaimed de Montforte Brothers series.
©2013 Danelle Harmon (P)2014 Danelle Harmon
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3 out of 5 stars
By Maine Knitter on 15-06-15

There are second chances!


A good, very short, very hot story about rekindled romance. And I love that they are mature characters!

I didn't care for the narrator. He inserted short pauses at the wrong times. And I always prefer the narrator to have an English accent if reading a book set in England. I would have rated it a bit higher if not for that. But, still, a great little treat.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Victoria on 19-08-14

Wonderful

What did you love best about The Admiral's Heart?

I love Danelle Harmon's writing & really enjoyed this short story & decided to try the audio version...I was not disappointed. The narrator was excellent & I look forward to listening to more of Ms Harmon's stories.

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