Book Reviews of The Return of Chase Cordell (Harlequin Historical, No 348)

The Return of Chase Cordell (Harlequin Historical, No 348)
The Return of Chase Cordell - Harlequin Historical, No 348
Author: Linda Castle
ISBN-13: 9780373289486
ISBN-10: 0373289480
Publication Date: 12/1/1996
Pages: 296
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Chase Cordell was returning home.
But who was he? Who was the beautiful stranger that was his wife.
Linese has waited 2 years for the return of her husband but who was this man with the haunted eyes. Why did he act like a stranger?

Chase lived in terror of the Cordell curse. He could remember his fathers' words "The men of the Cordell family are doomed to lose the women they love."
Dear heaven above, his wife presents him with twin daughters.

Chase wanted to stay angry with Aloyisius Cordell and the stigma of madness he lived under because of his grandfather.
But Aloyisius Cordell proved to be a shrew, calculating and crafty old fox as he played a deadly game of deception in order to help free oppressed people and runaway slaves. The ex-ranger was long on nerve and sharp as a blade.

But Chase's long delayed pride in his grandfather did not keep him from getting into some serious trouble

Great book -- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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Linese had long awaited her husban's homecoming, but the hero that returned from the war was not the dashing rogue that had captured her in a whilwind coutship. who was this man with haunted eyes who could still make her heart pund ceaselessly?

His memory shattered by war, Chase Cordell vowed to keep tha loss of his identity a secret even from the beautiful stranger whose touch rekindled a long forgotten flame. But time was running out and the past that stalked him was taking on a sinister life of its own.