Bronte Haviland is sadly disillusioned when her childhood hero, Captain Brandon Tremain, is disgraced and imprisoned for treason, until a face-to-face encounter forces her to question his guilt and awakens her deepest desires.
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Katherine Sutcliffe is a multi-award winning national and international betselling author of nineteen historical romance and contemporary suspense novels. She has twice been a finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA Award for best historical of the year, and is a two-time winner of the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award. A four-time finalist for the Romantic Times Best Book of the Year Award, she has also been named Favorite Author of the Year by Affaire de Coeur and Bestselling Super Release of the Year by Bookrak Bookstore Magazine, among other awards.
Katherine has also worked as Consultant Head Writer for the daytime dramas “As the World Turns” and “Another World” and has played herself on “Another World.” She has been featured in numerous genre magazines, major newspapers, TV Guide, and on “The Jenny Jones Show.”
A native Texan, Katherine lives near Dallas with her husband and children.From Publishers Weekly:
The surrealistic quality found in many of Sutcliffe's ( My Only Love ) novels is present once again in her latest historical set along the lush Australian coast. It's Bronte Haviland's duty, as the warden's daughter, to select a few trustworthy prisoners to work on local farms or to help build the nearby orphanage. Among the qualifying convicts is Captain Brandon Tremain, once England's most celebrated hero, now a dishonored man banished to New South Wales prison supposedly to serve out a sentence for treason and murder. But his real reason for being in New South Wales is to crush a mutiny destined to topple the British empire. After he discovers a smuggler's cache of illegal liquor and cigars, he fears Bronte and her father are involved in the insurrection. To drive her away he denies his love for her, sending her into the arms of another. Sexual tension runs high and the romance is, as always in Sutcliffe's novels, paramount. Some usage of such contemporary phrases as "get focused" and "we're friends, right?" detracts from the historical feel, but beneath the rich, sensual prose and vivid imagery, one barely notices.
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