"The bluest of blood, the boldest of hearts; the De Montforte Brothers will take your breath away." In her sensational and breathtaking romantic novel, The Wild One, author Danelle Harmon introduced readers to the first of the four unforgettable de Montforte brothers. Now the saga continues with the story of brave and handsome Englishman Lord Charles Adair de Montforte, revered throughout his family's lands as "The Beloved One." A loyal captain in His Majesty's Army, he has been sent to serve in the rebellious American colonies. But, after being wounded in battle, he awakens to find himself in the tender care of Amy Leighton, a sweet and sensuous local lass who is trapped in a life of drudgery in the household of her cruel and unloving step-family. Amy has long prayed for someone like this strong yet gentle stranger to enter her lonely world... but Lord Charles is from an enemy land ... and he's sworn to love another.
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|Title of eBook: The Beloved One|
|Release Date: 05-16-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 4879|
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The Beloved One
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THE BELOVED ONE
By Danelle Harmon
Book 2 of the de Montforte Brothers Series
The Beloved One
The moon was rising.
Earlier in the day, and throughout much of the previous one, it had been raining. Now, the last clouds filed swiftly out to sea, riding above trees still bare of leaves and allowing the moon to turn the steeples, rooftops and cobblestoned streets of Boston to silver. In the harbor, the bows of the great warships swung slowly around as the spring tide began to come in. In timber-framed houses all across the town, lamps glowed at doors, faint candlelight shone from behind windows, chimneys spewed wood smoke toward the stars. All was peaceful. All was quiet. The town was settling in for the night.
Or so it seemed.
History would remember two lanterns hung in the Old North Church, the midnight ride of Paul Revere, and at daybreak, the battle of Lexington and later, Concord, that would open the American Revolution.
But there were some things it would not remember....