From the author of Shadow Play, a tale of a broken man forced into exile in 19th-century New Zealand. But the arrival of Summer O'Neil heralds an end to Lord Nicholas Sabre's long winter of the soul--and a new beginning to his life. Summer helps Sabre battle against evil as she awakens his long-suppressed desires. Original.
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Katherine Sutcliffe is a multi-award winning USA Today National and International Bestselling author of twenty two historical and contemporary suspense novels and novellas from Avon Books, Signet Books, Berkley/Jove Books, Kensington Publishers, Zumaya Books, and Pocket Books. She has worked as Consultant Head Writer for the daytime dramas As The World Turns and Another World, playing herself in Another World. She has been featured in numerous genre magazines, major newspapers, TV Guide, and The Jenny Jones Show. Katherine’s release, Darkling I Listen (Sept, 2001) was a Rita finalist for Best Romantic Suspense, winner of the Dorothy Parker award for Best Contemporary and Romantic Suspense of the Year, GDRWA winner for Best Romantic Suspense, Francis Reader’s Award for Best Romantic Suspense, and RWA Kiss of Death finalist for Best Romantic Suspense. Watch for Katherine’s upcoming suspense novel, Bad Moon Rising, from Jove Books, June, 2003From Publishers Weekly:
Readers who prefer their romance spiced with anguish and melodrama will take to Sutcliffe's ( Shadow Play ) tale of love between a plainspoken young Irish maid and a tortured, reclusive sheep-farming aristocrat. Nicholas Sabre was deported from England in 1861 when, duped by the woman he loved, he killed his rival in a duel. A few years later, Nick is just barely surviving--financially and emotionally--on his New Zealand sheep station when Summer O'Neilesp ok lands on his doorstep, claiming to be the proxy bride he sent for. Nick (who signed the proxy form when drunk) bluntly indicates he has no use for a wife but decides she can stay until shearing is finished; then she and the wool can be disposed of during a single trip to town. Summer, who has no life back in Britain, wants to remain and struggles to make herself useful, and Nick reluctantly warms to her kind, forgiving nature. But only when an escalating feud between farmers and Cockatoos (who, like Nick, raise sheep) threatens lives as well as property does Nick acknowledge his growing affection for the young woman.
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