Summary

He was dangerous, infamous, scandalous...and the most beautiful man she'd ever seen.
Fighting for her land, widowed Kerry McKinnon can't believe the handsome Arthur has come to seize her home and leave her to a terrible fate. Yet from the moment they meet, a scandalous passion ignites between them - impossible to resist. Then a crime will force Kerry to flee with Arthur to England - where a challenge to their love could drive them apart forever....
©2001 Dinah Dinwiddie (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Cam on 21-07-14

Good story, not entirely happy with the ending!

Ok. Maybe I am an idealist and true, it’s not possible to keep all readers happy, but what the hero had to sacrifice at the end was quite unlikely for that time. I also found the heroine’s fit of temper toward the end and fleeing as childish and immature. I felt that my intelligence got insulted with that ending. Having said this, I admit I am a Julia London fan and believe overall this book was a well-written book if you can overlook the ending. So can’t say I recommend this book over some of her others posted on Audible, but still worth a credit.

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