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Secrets of the Heart

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by Candace Camp
 

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On the eve of her wedding to Michael Trent, the Earl of Westhampton, Rachel Aincourt tried to elope with another man—only to be unceremoniously returned to her fiancé by her strong-willed father. Burdened by guilt and shame, Rachel felt she'd gotten what she deserved: a loveless marriage to a cold, enigmatic husband. She was wrong.

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Secrets of the Heart 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Seven years ago, her father arranged for her to marry an Earl, Michael Trent, but she loved another. So Rachel Aincourt eloped with her beloved Anthony Birkshaw, but Michael and her father catch up the duo before she is compromised. Michael marries a heartbroken Rachel. Michael loves his spouse when he married her and still does, but he hides his feelings because he knows she still cherishes another. He also hides from her his work as a Bow St. runner behind the face of a quiet aristocratic gentleman. Starting with her carriage being stopped by a highwayman who acts like a friend of her husband to being led by Anthony into the London slums, Rachel enters her husband¿s other life. When they meet with him in disguise, Rachel finds herself attracted not knowing that the stranger is her spouse. While she works through her feelings, someone else has other plans for her and the men in her life. SECRETS OF THE HEART is an exciting Regency romance that hooks the audience from the moment Rachel¿s coach is stopped. The story line is fast-paced and readers will fully appreciate Michael, a sort of Scarlet Pimpernel though not a dandy, and wonder about Rachel¿s immaturity, mindful of Marguerite though no Citizen Chauvelin pressure. Fans of an electrifying historical romantic suspense will want to read Candace Camp¿s pleasant thriller. Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was really different. I think her other books were better. All of her books are good but this one wasnt one of the great ones. But it was a good story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable read that was hard to put down. Very emotionally charged with a challenging mystery to solve. 261 pages
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good enjoyed the mystery the most.
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