The Landlord's Black-eyed Daughter

The Landlord's Black-eyed Daughter

Large Print - 2008 | Large print ed.
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When Rand Remington falls in love with Bess Wyndham, a successful author of Gothic romances, he ignores the suspicion that she'll betray him - again. Their adventures lead to Rand being put on trial for murder. Will Bess be able to save him?
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2008.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781410404428
Branch Call Number: Rom
Characteristics: 611 p. ; 23 cm.


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emerald2pac Apr 22, 2013

Exciting, pulse pounding action. This book sucks you in from the start. You fall in love with the fated lovers and hope that the past doesn't repeat itself. As they unravel the mystery of their pasts.I immensely enjoyed this book it was my second time reading it. I fell in love with it all over again. I highly recommend it as well as the author's other books.


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Jan 26, 2013

Elizabeth Wyndham is an innkeeper’s daughter and a highly successful authoress of Gothic romances. Content with spinsterhood, obsessed with one of her book characters—whom she calls "the raven-haired knight"—Bess finds his proximity in Rand Remington. But she hadn’t planned on sacrificing herself to him body and soul, or on the visions that promised only heartache.

Having survived the American Wars, Rand Remington cannot come to terms with the hypocrisy of 18th-Century England. As a highwayman, he steals from the rich and gives to the poor, even though he could be captured and hanged. Yet he's not overly concerned with that inevitable happenstance until he meets Bess, the landlord's black-eyed daughter.


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