Yorkshire by Lynne Connolly
(Richard and Rose)

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A passion they never expected…a mystery that could cost them everything.

Richard and Rose, Book 1

Rose Golightly is a country girl who thinks her life will continue on its comfortable course, but a series of events changes that for good. On a visit to the ancestral estate of Hareton Abbey,  Richard Kerre, Lord Strang, enters her life. A leader of society, a man known for extravagance in dress and life, Richard is her fate. And she is his.

Richard is to marry a rich, frigid woman in a few weeks, and has deliberately closed his heart to love. Then a coach accident throws his wounded body into Rose’s arms.

With one kiss, Richard and Rose discover in each other the passion they thought they’d never find.

But the accident that brought them together was an act of sabotage. Somewhere, in the rotting hulk of a once beautiful stately home, a murderer is hiding.

Richard and Rose set out to solve the mystery, and find the layers of scandal go deeper than simply determining who is guilty. And that doing the right thing could separate them—forever.

This book has been revised from a previously published edition.


About Lynne Connolly

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Lynne Connolly has been in epublishing since the Wild West days. She s holding on, and these days she writes for several epublishers. After a varied career in business in which she sold baby nappies, coffee and beer, she took a break, and ended up writing instead. She lives in England, but tries to visit the US at least once a year. She lives in the North West of England with her family and her mews, Jack. Her website is http: //lynneconnolly.com and she is also on Twitter and Facebook.
Published December 5, 2008 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 248 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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