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eBook Coming Home ePub

by Vonnie Hughes

  • ISBN: 0709090056
  • Category: Historical
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Vonnie Hughes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robert Hale (May 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1973 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1961 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 871

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com's Vonnie Hughes Page and shop for all Vonnie Hughes books. Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Vonnie Hughes. In 2010 Robert Hale Ltd published her Regency called COMING HOME about a soldier and a nurse, thrown together during the Napoleonic wars who find more danger on their return to England than they ever did on the Iberian Peninsula. Also in 2012 The Wild Rose Press published in both paperback and e-book form, her romantic suspense LETHAL REFUGE, set in New Zealand. An independent, mistrusting woman witnesses a murder and is thrown into the witness protection program.

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In the aftermath of a vicious rape, Juliana Colebrook shuns all men apart from the injured soldiers she nurses. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Author Vonnie Hughes. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Two years ago, Breck Marchant handed his son, Kit, over to his ex-wife, Tania, even though it tore him apart. She knows all about kids. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Orphaned and alone, she desperately wants to leave Portugal for the protection of her relatives in England.

Both of them are scarred by war; she because of the shattered men she nurses; he because of the loss of friends and the horrors he must endure daily. Colwyn Hetherington has a chance to put it all behind him and return to England. Juliana Colebrook desperately wants to go to England to seek out her relatives.

Dangerous Homecoming.

Both of them are scarred by war; she because of the shattered men she nurses; he because of the loss of friends and the. Dangerous Homecoming.

In the aftermath of a vicious rape, Juliana Colebrook shuns all men apart from the injured soldiers she nurses. Orphaned and alone, she desperately wants to leave Portugal for the protection of her relatives in England. However, there is still one man who invokes her admiration: Brigade-Major Colwyn Hetherington, with his self-deprecating sense of humor and innate sense of duty. So when Colwyn is offered a position managing a large estate in Wiltshire, Juliana asks him to escort her back to England. But Colwyn has troubles of his own and when he is forced to reveal the nature of his woes to a stunned Juliana, everything changes. Mired in danger, who can Juliana trust? And what of Colwyn's warning that families bring only trouble?

Comments

Wnex Wnex
Good read I would required this book to my very best friends. I hope I find books like it on my kindle.
Cargahibe Cargahibe
How does a woman who is recovering from a brutal rape reconcile her attraction for a man who has shown her only kindness and protection - but who is also (wrongly) accused of rape? There is great conflict underpinning this passionate, heartwarming and at times poignant story. I shed tears and I smiled as I devoured this page-turner. Juliana is an admirable heroine and I just loved Colwyn, the hero.You certainly won't be disappointed by the ending.
Yozshujinn Yozshujinn
This is a terrific read where the heroine is strong enough to face dangers, within the parameters of Regency, and win. The heroine has a troubled past due to a vicious rape and the hero has been accused of being a rapist. This is a strong conflict which kept me reading to the end so I could see how the hero cleared his name. Vonnie Hughes has a beautiful writing style well suited to this genre.
I well recommend this as a good read.
Cathleen