Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2011 (2011)
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Reviewed by Wanda Plourde
ord Valentine Windham has had very bad news about his hand, the hand that strokes the ivory keys of a piano with passion. He is devastated. Having no other escape, he dabbles in gaming and wins a manor in a game of chance. It's in such disrepair that he decides to rebuild it and to live there. To his surprise, there is a young, charming and beautiful woman living in a cottage on his newly acquired land.
llen FitzEngle is a young widow living peacefully in her small cottage. Her world is about to be disrupted by the man who kissed her over a year before. She never forgot him - he was so handsome and kind. Ellen loves her solitude especially when she is gardening. She has many secrets, and now knows that she has to keep them from Val or all will be lost.
race Burrowes does it again with a sensual, passionate, and sweet read. She takes readers back in history to dream of a long lost era. Mixed with the love story is some danger, wrapped up in caring between Val and Ellen, who were made for each other - as demonstrated by some very hot love scenes that will take your breath away.
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