He was the product of illegitimacy, son of a noble house with no claim to its title or riches. For John Murray, the only hope of a decent life was his career as a British Officer.
Had she lost her heart when he rescued her from ruffians, or when she first looked into that face like a golden angel's? No matter when it began, Isobel knew there was no hope of a happy ending for a rebel Scottish lass and a red-coated Sassenach.
Betrayed by the girl he loved. Disgraced before his commander, wounded in battle and left for dead, John thought he'd hit rock bottom. But the sweet touch of a lover he'd never thought to see again taught him no matter how far a man falls, with the right woman at his side, he can always stand tall.
I recently sat down with Leisure Books author, Cindy Holby, to visit with her about her newest release, FALLEN. She calls FALLEN historical fiction rather than historical romance. Find out why in the full interview at Emily Bryan Recommends
If you're following my 50day/50blog VEXING THE VISCOUNT tour, I'm visiting with the gals over at KillerFiction
today. I'll be giving away another copy of VEXING THE VISCOUNT
to someone who leaves a comment or question.
We're talking about killing the editor. Hope to see you there. I could use more partners in crime!