Windhaven Plantation Author:Marie de Jourlet How dourly resolute it was, commanding the fields below it, two stories of the finest red brick, with a tower flanking it at each end. It was from these towers in Normandy that he once pretended to see the ocean and the masts of great Viking ships, of deadly pirate galleons. It was here that the dreams of a boy became the sparkle of a man's fier... more »y ambition.
One day, Lucien Bouchard promised, he would build himself a home exactly like this old chateau. And he sensed that it might be far, far from this childhood place. What Lucien did not know was just how distant and violent his road would be, as destiny beckoned him with the primal temptations of passion and power.
He would have to conquer a new land, do battle against men stronger than himself, and struggle to maintain a hold on his heart and soul when caught in the arms of women no man could resist.
Windhaven would rise from American soil, raw earth softened by the sweat, blood, and tears of one man... and those who loved him.« less