Winter Garden

Winter Garden

Book - 2000
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"Exquisitely written and brimming with emotion."
--Julia Quinn

"Adele Ashworth is certain to become one of romance's most beloved writers."
--Lisa Kleypas

Adele Ashworth's Winter Garden is a stunning historical romance classic reborn. The story of a beautiful French woman, a spy for the British government, partnered with a breathtaking, intensely passionate man of mystery on perilous assignment in the south of England, Winter Garden is an early gem from RITA#65533; Award winner Ashworth. A wonderfully creative love story filled with unforgettable characters and brimming with palpable sexual tension, Winter Garden is the romantic destination where true romance lovers--especially Ashworth's many fans and admirers of the novels of Cathy Maxwell, Christina Dodd, and Lisa Kleypas--are going to want to spend quality time.

Publisher: New York : Avon Books, 2000
ISBN: 9780061905896
Branch Call Number: F ASH NVD
Characteristics: 370 p. ; 18 cm

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divatilldeath Nov 12, 2012

This book is not the average love story but more complex. Where the male realize his love for this perfect woman who fears marriage, love and what it stands for, he awaits a perfect chance to conquer her love and show her that love is something worth experiencing than running from it.

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divatilldeath Nov 12, 2012

A celebrated beauty, Madeleine DuMais's cleverness is her greatest asset—one she puts to good use as a spy for the British. Assigned to help break up a smuggling ring in the south of England, she arrives at the quaint resort town of Winter Garden and meets her partner in subterfuge: Thomas Blackwood.

Unlike any man she has ever met, Blackwood's quiet confidence and mysterious intensity send shivers of pleasure coursing through her. And, despite the danger, as duty gives way to desire, Madeleine aches for Thomas's gentle touch on her body . . . on her heart . . . on her soul.

For surrender holds its own sweet reward . . .

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