Rosalind Laker Warwyck's Wife

ISBN 13: 9781535101974

Warwyck's Wife

 
9781535101974: Warwyck's Wife

Flush in the pocket with winnings from his most recent fight, renowned pugilist Daniel Warwyck finds himself bidding at a strange and barbaric auction in Brighton for a young woman named Kate.

Kate, who has seen more than her share of suffering, clashes frequently and fiercely with Daniel, her quiet and enigmatic exterior hiding a spine of steel. Though not in the market for a wife, Daniel realises he can make use of the newly bought Kate to regain his birthright — the inheritance of Warwyck Manor. It rapidly becomes clear, however, that fate has decreed Warwyck Manor never to be his.

No longer in need of a convenient wife, Daniel discards Kate and redoubles his efforts to become the next prize-fighting champion of England, an obsession only rivalled by his desire for, and pursuit of, vain and aristocratic Claudine Clayton.

It is in the village of Easthampton, which Daniel seeks to build into a fashionable seaside resort to rival Brighton, that Daniel’s bought wife and desired wife collide.

Daniel is finally forced to choose between Kate’s quiet and abiding love and Claudine’s fiery and heated passion. Who will he choose?

Warwyck's Wife is a thrilling historical saga that will keep readers gripped to the last page.

"Filled with rich period detail, this historical romance will appeal to readers who enjoy learning about other cultures and times yet still crave happy endings." - Booklist on Garlands of Gold

"A truly interesting and wonderfully informative story" - Booklist on Brilliance

"As her heroine wends her way through perilous times, readers will be swept along in Laker’s latest compelling tale" - Booklist on To Dream of Snow

Rosalind Laker is a best-selling novelist that has been published all over the world, with her works translated into twenty languages. The author of over forty historical novels, her first work was published in 1970; Warwyck’s Wife is the first of her acclaimed Easthampton trilogy and is followed by Claudine’s Daughter and The Warwycks of Easthampton.

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