Book Reviews of Devotion (Hawthorne, Bk 2)

Devotion (Hawthorne, Bk 2)
Devotion - Hawthorne, Bk 2
Author: Katherine Sutcliffe
ISBN-13: 9780515118018
ISBN-10: 051511801X
Publication Date: 2/1/1996
Pages: 376
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Paperback
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this is a sequel to Miracle, unfortunately I don't have it, but if you read it you need to read this one. It is frustrating in a good way. You just want to jump in and fix everything.
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Trey Hawthorne had once been the most eligible man in Northern England. A notorious rogue,the young Duke of Saltedon had a line of admirers that could stretch all the way his magnigicent estate. But after being wounded,Trey suddenly found himself alone-and unloved.
Until Maria Ashton came along. Something about the lovely young nursemaid touched his soul-and his every desire.When others turned away,she stayed by him determind to help. And when she was near,he lost himself in her wide blue eyes and her hair the color of moonlight.
Between noble and servant,marriage was forbidden. But passion,once ignited,respects no boundaries..
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Trey Hawthorne had once been the most eligible man in Northern England. A notorious rogue, the young Duke of Salterdon had a line of admirers that could stretch all the way around his magnificent estate. But after being wounded, Trey suddenly found himself alone -- and unloved.

Until Maria Ashton came along. Something about the lovely young nursemaid touched his heart, his soul -- and his every desire. When others turned away, she stayed by him, determined to help. And when she was near, he lost himself in her wide blue eyes and her hair the color of moonlight.

Between noble and servant, marriage was forbidden. But passion, once ignited, respects no boundaries....