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In the wake of the French-and-Indian War, Alain Beaujeau abducts British beauty Tamson Stewart as part of his plan to restore his exiled family to their rightful lands, but a loyalty-testing passion is born in both of them. Original.
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In her own gentle fashion, Linda Windsor brings us her first novel in the Borderline series, Autumn Rose. Set mainly in the Canadian wilderness during the war between the French and the English, this book draws a fair picture of the wild, untamed spirit of the period. Running both cold and hot, the love between the main characters will alternately chill your soul and burn your heart. Alain Beaujeu is a French-Canadian trying to find his family, his mother and sisters exiled from their home by the English. Kidnapping the daughter of one of his English buyers in order to force the man to help him gains Alain only heartache -- for Tamson Stewart is the most beautiful woman he has ever laid eyes on. Truly, she will consume him with her whiskey brown eyes. As for Tamson, she is confused and bewildered. Because of a terrible fright she had at the hands of a band of renegade Indians, she cannot remember the wedding that Alain says took place. She is sure he married her to protect her...nothing more. In fact, he does not seem interested in her at all, except he does seem care what happens to her. There must be a way that Tamson can prove to Alain that her newly found love for him is genuine. In a love based on deception and betrayal, Tamson and Alain find themselves fighting one another more than those who would really seek to separate them. Alain's eyes turn cold with rejection. Tamson's heartache will pull her toward acceptance. But to just turn away from the love they had is more than either one of them can stand. As the story of Alain and Tamson's love bounces back and forth between their confusions and betrayals, the reader is lead from English territory to French and then back to English. Theirs is a love forced to cross all the boundaries of a warring world.As warm as Tamson's eyes, yet chilled by Alain's blue ones.....Temperatures rage throughout this book! Linda Windsor begins the Borderline series with a chase through the Canadian wilderness and a capture of two lovers' hearts! The blending of French and English blood will always reveal itself ....this book is marked!Karen Ellington -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description Zebra, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0821755188
Book Description Zebra, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0821755188
Book Description Zebra, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110821755188