Upon a Moon-Dark Moor (Chandlers of Highclyffe Hall, Bk 1)
Upon a MoonDark Moor - Chandlers of Highclyffe Hall, Bk 1 Author:Rebecca Brandewyne Only the crying gulls and crashing waves of the rocky Cornish coast were witness to their embrace. High-born Maggie Chandler was Sir Nigel's proud daughter and the heiress to Highclyffe Hall. Brazen Draco was the misbegotten bastard son of Sir Nigel's dead brother and a carefree Romany maid. And Maggie knew from the first day she saw her... more » Gypsy cousin that he was as mysterious and untameable as the moors that stretched endlessly along the sea.
She had lived a virtual prisoner in a manor house haunted by dark secrets, a father's cruelty, and a stepmother's cunning. Then, on a black and rainy night, a carriage drew up at the front door, bringing the devilishly handsome Draco into her life, and Maggie's fate was sealed. Upon a moon-dark moor, the seeds of their desire would grow -- as wild as the windswept heaths of Cornwall, as forbidden as the whispered past -- spawning a love so strong that no power on earth could deny its rapture, although its consequences could destroy them both!« less
An Undeniable Passion . . . From the day Draco swept into Highclyffe Hall, Maggie knew he was her soulmate; the two were kindred spirits, both as mysterious and untamable as the wild moors of the rocky Cornish coast.
Inexplicably drawn to this son of a Gypsy girl and an English ne'er-do-well, Maggie surrendered herself to his embrace. Hand in hand, they explored the unfathomable depths of their passion. But as the seeds of their desire grew into an irrefutable love, its consequences threatened to destroy their union. Only together could Maggie and Drago overcome the whispered scandals that haunted them and carve a future for their love.
Beautiful Maggie Chandler has grown up a solitary child on England's foreboding Cornish moors. She has endured her father and stepmother's cruelty, but when her childhood sweetheart, Edward, falls in love with her stepsister, she finds solace in a growing attraction for her cousin Draco. Soon their stormy passion blossoms into a love that neither can deny.
From the day Draco swept into Highclyffe Hall, Maggie knew he was her soulmate; the ttwo were kinred spirits, both as mysterious and untamable as the wild moors of the Cornish coast. Inxplicably drawn to the son of a Gyspy girl and an English ne'er do well, Maggie surrenered herself to his embrace. Hand in had, they explored the unfathomable depths of their passion