Readers who love a traditional historical romance are all looking for the same qualities: deep sentiment, vivid characters, passionate protagonists and a storyline that is logical, bold and provoking; that twists, plunges and soars with events that carry each character through. Also it would be most satisfying, as far as women readers concern, there is a happy ending. 'Isabel of Lynden Hall' is just that. It is written in a traditional style containing carefully researched Regency background information and some historical facts to support the story line and various characters. The casual carefree Captain Oliver Markerby, a man with a scandalous past, returns to England following the victory of Trafalgar battle. He meets the high-spirited daring neighbour Isabel Laughland, who lives with her ageing father, a generous, kind Baronet. The dramatic development of the events puts Isabel and Oliver together time after time as their admiration for each other grows beyond their expectations.... Yet - dark shadows of Oliver's past challenges Isabel's conscience and courage - threatening to throw them into misery and turmoil.... However, their faith in each other leads them through ordeals and the unthinkable....
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A banking and finance industry professional, Diane Nelson's life-long pass-time has always been reading. She dearly loves all classic literature and well-written stories from both historical and modern-day writers.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 304 pages. 8.00x5.25x0.69 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1470034875