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Heart of Stone

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A compelling romance set in nineteenth- century Cornwall - Twenty-five-year-old Sarah Govier supports herself and her illegitimate son, Jory, on the income from the granite quarry she inherited. But businessman Kinser Landry will stop at nothing to take it from her. Sarah turns in desperation to James Crago, a scarred and reclusive former soldier, who owns land adjoining hers. Neither are prepared for the powerful attraction that erupts between them – but can they survive the plots against them and find the courage to love again?

 

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Jane Jackson is an award-winning historical author who writes historical romances set in Cornwall during the period between the Napoleonic Wars and the Edwardian era. Containing elements of adventure and intrigue, they explore Cornish life at every level of society and are emotionally-gripping stories of courage, ambition, tragedy, and the redeeming power of love. A professional writer for over thirty years, and twice shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year Award, Jane Jackson has had twenty-seven books published in 23 countries.

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Sarah is an unwed mother who supports herself and her son in the face of society's disapproval by running the granite quarry inherited from her father. But malignant forces are conspiring to take away her livelihood and coerce her back into the arms of the man who seduced, impregnated, and abandoned her to marry an heiress. In desperation, Sarah demands help from her neighbor, the reclusive James Crago, formerly of Her Majesty's Army in India and now, having returned to his ancestral home hideously scarred and embittered, occupying himself and the local craftsmen with restoring his place to its original glory and establishing himself as a gunpowder manufacturer. Both have known society's rejection and are wary of trusting another, but together they will find an uncommon joy if only they are brave enough to reach out to each other. Jackson's 1840 Cornish historical romance is peopled with ordinary folk, and her detailed attention to dress, household furnishings, and news of the period feeds the reader's imagination and enriches the dramatic tale. --Booklist, 1st January 2010

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