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Falling for Her Captor

"Set me free. Say I escaped, or that you never found me." . Kidnapped heiress Lady Aline of Leavingham has surrendered any hope of rescue when a mysteriou... read more

ISBN: 9781472044297
Published: October 2014


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"Set me free. Say I escaped, or that you never found me."

Kidnapped heiress Lady Aline of Leavingham has surrendered any hope of rescue when a mysterious figure casts her assailant aside. But it's soon clear Aline's savior has no intention of setting her free–he's sworn to deliver her to the Duke of Roxholm, her family's enemy!

Sir Hugh of Eardham has never seen anything quite like Aline's beauty and fighting spirit. There's no doubt he's tempted more to protect her than keep her bound. But could this loyal knight ever break his oath of allegiance for Aline's sake?

A wonderful debut ....

Rating By Julia,09/10/2014

For a first time Mills and Boon author, the book was a very good endeavour. The book showed merit in both the story arc and the characters. Stolen from her home Lady Aline holds great power in being the heir to her family. The only living relative being her grandfather who is the High Lord of the 5 provinces including her home. That makes Aline a great prize in the eyes of the powerful men around her. Aline sees it a different way and feels that she wants a man who will love her for who she is and not for what she can give them in power and property. She rebuffs many a proposal and is stolen from her lands and taken to Roxholm held by Duke Stephen. He is a man out for power and will force her into marriage. Duke Stephen sends his cousin and captain of his guard to collect Aline. Hugh and Aline find a grudging respect within the journey. Duke Stephen is cruel and Aline is strong and defiant. The mix does not get on and so things take a turn for the worse. The whole story comes to a head with the death of someone close to Aline. Things happen in quick succession and the story is hard to put down during these moments. The ending was the only drawback to the story as the ending was very incomplete. There needed to be a fuller ending with the wedding and a look at what happens to all the characters and what positions they turn up in. For a first time author with Mills and Boon it was a very good story with interesting aspects in the power plays and the beliefs of the male characters.

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