Abandon by Jillian Hunter
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The English island called Abandon, enshrouded in ancient legend, has been home to warriors as well as enchanting women -- and none more spellbinding than lovely Morwenna Halliwell. Determined to fight when Abandon is offered to the highest bidder, Morwenna confronts the enemy: the Earl of Pentargon, Anthony Hartstone -- or "Lord Heart-of-Stone" as she indignantly calls him. Yet little does Morwenna realize she will soon be forced to marry the forbidding lord who holds her future in his strong hands.
Anthony arrogantly dismisses Morwenna and her litany of complaints against him -- all the while drawn to her beauty and courage. But when danger confronts Morwenna, Anthony knows he must call upon all his power to protect the innocent miss he desires. It is up to him to unmask the villain who threatens her, and also to convince his bride that he is not her opponent -- but her most passionate and devoted admirer.

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Jillian Hunter is the author of nineteen critically acclaimed novels, among them the bestselling Boscastle series. She has received several awards, including the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. She lives in Southern California with her husband and three daughters.
Published June 22, 2001 by Pocket Books. 272 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In the mid-1990s, 11-year-old Hunter Scott, working on a project for a state history fair at his Florida school, began delving into an old WWII naval tragedy he had learned about by chanceDthe destruction of the heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis, which sank in only 12 minutes after being hit by a to...

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Morweena appeals to Anthony to leave the island undisturbed in order to protect the fish and flower businesses that support the island's residents, but he has already made a deal with the powerful Marquess of Camelbourne to hand over the island in exchange for the Marquess's political support ens...

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