Wayward Angel (2020)

Wayward Angel Her real name was Lady Alexandra Theodora Beaumont the daughter of an abusive British lord Rescued by Kentucky Quakers little Dora lived as a typical Quaker child and no one knew of her first years
  • Title: Wayward Angel
  • Author: Patricia Rice
  • ISBN: 2940012880000
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Nook
  • Her real name was Lady Alexandra Theodora Beaumont, the daughter of an abusive British lord Rescued by Kentucky Quakers, little Dora lived as a typical Quaker child and no one knew of her first years not even Pace Nicholls, bad boy son of a local plantation owner And from the day they met, wherever Pace was, so was Dora, acting as his only conscience, loving him fromHer real name was Lady Alexandra Theodora Beaumont, the daughter of an abusive British lord Rescued by Kentucky Quakers, little Dora lived as a typical Quaker child and no one knew of her first years not even Pace Nicholls, bad boy son of a local plantation owner And from the day they met, wherever Pace was, so was Dora, acting as his only conscience, loving him from a distance.Pace was a hellion as a boy and a rebel as a man And Dora was always there, ready to nurse his wounds Pace had no excuse except war s insanity for taking her in wanton self indulgence and not giving his heart He never guessed that little Dora, who had once come so willingly into his arms, would become the noble and beautiful Lady Alexandra and could be swept forever out of his reach unless this time he offered her his heart.
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    One Reply to “Wayward Angel”

    1. This was a hard book for me to read because its setting and circumstances were so relentlessly grim It s a good read though The hero and heroine were both abused children living in pre Civil War Kentucky The heroine was brought from England after watching her mother s death There s abolitionist action it s just grim I liked it overall, but dang, it was harsh The hero winds up fighting for the Union, his brother for the Confederates, the heroine moves in with his family because her adopted family [...]

    2. I enjoyed this book, however i found it hard to like Pace the hero of this story a first for me reading a rice book.

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