By Tracy Fobes
Applauded for her distinct skill to combination romance, heritage, and the wonders of the mystical into unforgettable novels, Tracy Fobes has taken her aptitude for the otherworldly to the Scottish Highlands, the place a mysterious good looks discovers her actual identification. The villagers imagine her one of many fairy-folk, for she used to be chanced on wandering the Highlands on the age of 4, capable of speak with the creatures of the moors. Now eighteen, Sarah quietly makes use of her present to heal wounded animals. but if observe of the stunning changeling spreads, her peaceable life is shattered. confident Sarah is his long-lost daughter, the robust Duke of Argyll deals to bequeath her his property if she's going to yet take her position in society. Her first accountability is to develop into a girl -- lower than the tutelage of the duke's erstwhile inheritor, the dangerously provocative Earl of Cawdor. Sarah savors the simmering passions the cynical earl arouses in her at the same time she suspects he's in basic terms utilizing seduction to safe his birthright. during this civilized global the place hope and deception are one and an identical, how can she ever belief in love?
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A tremor in her answer betrayed her excitement. She buried her hands deeper into her white fox muff, the one he’d bought her for her birthday. ” “No, not yet. ” she asked softly, her gaze slipping to his coat pocket. ” Reluctantly he dug around in his coat pocket, looking for the small piece of parchment. “I hope you find my poor effort acceptable. ” She held out her hand, the gesture oddly reminding him of a wife demanding her husband’s gambling winnings. Cursing Lord Byron for starting this poetry craze with his Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, he drew the parchment from his pocket and placed it in her palm.
The carriage was moving too fast. In seconds it would become a coffin. Thinking of the two little girls trapped within its leather squabs, he grabbed the reins along with the driver and helped him pull. He was too late. Just as the carriage hurtled over the edge of the cliff, Phineas threw himself off the driver’s bench. He had a sensation of sailing through the air. When he hit the ground, it was as though God himself had sent a giant hand into his midsection, driving the air from his lungs, stunning him with one mighty blow.
She estimated his age at well past fifty. His garb, she realized, was very rich, and much finer than his companion’s. An olive-colored coat of heavy wool cloth, with a deep collar and several shoulder capes, wreathed his thin form. His waistcoat was again of wool and his neck cloth was loosely tied. Highly polished, tasseled boots drew her eye away from his sticklike legs, encased in fawn-colored breeches. Still, his eyes bothered her the most. Although they were very kind, she thought she saw a strange sort of hunger hidden behind his gaze.
To Tame a Wild Heart (Sonnet Books) by Tracy Fobes