Five years after Jason Sherbrooke leaves England for Baltimore and the Wyndhams (The Valentine Legacy), one of the premiere racing families in the area, he wakes up early one morning with Horace's ugly pug face staring him down, and knows it's time for him to go home.
Jason wants to breed and race horses, primarily his own thoroughbred Dodger, who's faster than a Baltimore pickpocket. When his twin, James, takes him to Lyon's Gate, a once-renowned racing stud farm near his family's home, Jason knows to his soul that this property is what he wants more than anything.
Unfortunately, Hallie Carrick (Night Storm) wants Lyon's Gate just as badly as Jason, and she's fully prepared to fight him down and dirty to get it.
New life and fate take a hand, and the two of them end up with something neither expected.
Come to Lyon's Gate in 1835 England, visit with the Sherbrookes, and see Jason come back to the fullness and joy of life.
And prepare to laugh yourself silly.
P.S. Listen to more in the Bride Series.
©2005 Catherine Coulter; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Anne Flosnik's narration is superb, as are her characterizations of major and minor British characters, which are so good they give the sense of multiple narrators." (AudioFile)
Wanda the artist
Well, sad, sad, and more sad!
Mrs. Coulter puts a lot of steamy scenes in this book, which, if one wishes to read such, then you will have your hearts desire fulfilled. Not me. I wanted a plot, please. There was no plot. Nothing but: Revenge? Horses? Marriage? Yeah, all of this mixed up into an **idea** of a plot that was never really formulated by the (ugh, ugh) "beautiful" man. Oh, right, there are two beautiful men, twins.
This is simply a quick placement of words on paper for eager readers hoping for more of their favorite author. Or maybe this was more the fault of a pushy editor, driving the author to write, saying, "Finish, finish, finish ... ", thus we are left with a sloppy, cut and chop book. Badly done.
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