In Winter's Past by Gayle Eden

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Bound by tragedy and obligation, haunted by guilt and ghosts of the past, a young rakehell, Julian Maine, Duke of Raulston-and a girl, more child than woman, Lady Bryana Ostburg, have gone through the years tormented by inner demons. Every winter fuels Bryana's resentment toward Julian-for robbing her of all she loved, and every bitter snowfall haunts Julian with the guilt he carries behind his public facade. That he is her guardian, and she is dependent upon him, both feeds her bitterness and affords her the ways to wound him. Julian no longer seeks healing for himself, but somehow desires it for Bryana. Somewhere in the past, what fate used to bind them, what despair and pain divided them, also merged their souls so deep they could never be severed. Julian and Bryana have one winter, one moment to make time stand still. At that moment, the balm for healing lies within reach, and within themselves, but its deeper roots bring a revelation that neither expected.
 

About Gayle Eden

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Eve Asbury (ST Romance), Gayle Eden (Sensual Romance) Nikki Rush/ B.D. Dillon (Urban Fantasy/Fantasy/ & Mystery/Suspense) are the pen names of one versitile author. After establishing herself with readers while under contract with seven e-publishers in early 2004-2007, she went on to co-op with several other successful authors before moving into Indie Publishing in 2010. She has had numerous titles on bestseller lists with many novels receiving accolades from various romance review sites. She currently lives in the southeast, surrounded by the Holston River, with her husband of 33 years. When not absorbed by the characters who constantly intrigue her, she enjoys getting together with her two children, son-in-law, daughter-in-law and six grandchildren, and also spends time blogging and networking, always keeping in touch with her core group of fans who have stood with her through the years. An author who believes in storytelling, and in love and passion, she says she always trusts the characters to tell her "their" story, and is as fascinated by how it plays out as the reader.
 
Published January 14, 2009 by Air Castle Books. 246 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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