Ghosts of Winters Past

Five years ago, Lord Henry left Lady Emmaline alone to face society s scorn after the two were found in a compromising position Now Henry has returned to London as the Duke of Salle, determined to win back the woman he never forgot.Lady Emmaline believes herself to be happy as a resigned spinster Though her days are no longer filled with callers and balls, she has foundFive years ago, Lord Henry left Lady Emmaline alone to face society s scorn after the two were found in a compromising position Now Henry has returned to London as the Duke of Salle, determined to win back the woman he never forgot.Lady Emmaline believes herself to be happy as a resigned spinster Though her days are no longer filled with callers and balls, she has found her place in society and has no interest in romance Her vow to withstand Henry s renewed advances slowly crumbles, however, under his persistent and unwavering charm.Finally, they believe, the ghosts of their past have been banished That is until a new scandal threatens to separate them This time, forever.
Ghosts of Winters Past Five years ago Lord Henry left Lady Emmaline alone to face society s scorn after the two were found in a compromising position Now Henry has returned to London as the Duke of Salle determined to win

  • Title: Ghosts of Winters Past
  • Author: Christina Graham Parker
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Ghosts of Winters Past”

    1. There's something bittersweet and tender about a second-chance-at-love Regency, and this one is no exception. Henry and Emma were seen stealing kisses five years ago and were separated when Henry's father forced him to leave the country. Emma was left alone, a compromised spinster, losing faith in Henry's return and finally settling into life on society's fringe. But Henry finally does return, and this time he's determined to claim Emma as his bride. She can't resist him, even as she doesn't tru [...]

    2. Reviewed by RobinBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookWhat would you do if for some reason the man you were in love with up and left; changing your life completely? Henry disappeared from Emma’s life over five years ago. Now he is back and wanting to pick up where they left off. I know in these circumstances I would be a little skeptical. After all why now does he want me back? Wasn’t I good enough five years ago? I know there are times when [...]

    3. This is the first I've read of author Christy Graham Parker -- and her sparkling dialogue is perfect for the Regency era, when a mere hint of impropriety was scandalous. The heroine and hero both have secrets in their past, slowly revealed (and well done) in a believable story. Very emotional, witty and a fast-paced read. I'll be looking forward to more from this author.

    4. You get to see the struggles that these characters had to go threw to be together. It was good to see how things can work out in the end.

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