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A ruined nobleman and a beautiful child of the streets, their dreams would unite them in an untamed paradise - inflaming their souls with passion's fire... awaking within them both a raging fever of sensuous desire and rapturous love.

From the author of Shadow Play, a tale of a broken man forced into exile in 19th-century New Zealand. But the arrival of Summer O'Neil heralds an end to Lord Nicholas Sabre's long winter of the soul--and a new beginning to his life. ...

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A ruined nobleman and a beautiful child of the streets, their dreams would unite them in an untamed paradise - inflaming their souls with passion's fire... awaking within them both a raging fever of sensuous desire and rapturous love.

From the author of Shadow Play, a tale of a broken man forced into exile in 19th-century New Zealand. But the arrival of Summer O'Neil heralds an end to Lord Nicholas Sabre's long winter of the soul--and a new beginning to his life. Summer helps Sabre battle against evil as she awakens his long-suppressed desires. Original.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Readers who prefer their romance spiced with anguish and melodrama will take to Sutcliffe's ( Shadow Play ) tale of love between a plainspoken young Irish maid and a tortured, reclusive sheep-farming aristocrat. Nicholas Sabre was deported from England in 1861 when, duped by the woman he loved, he killed his rival in a duel. A few years later, Nick is just barely surviving--financially and emotionally--on his New Zealand sheep station when Summer O'Neilesp ok lands on his doorstep, claiming to be the proxy bride he sent for. Nick (who signed the proxy form when drunk) bluntly indicates he has no use for a wife but decides she can stay until shearing is finished; then she and the wool can be disposed of during a single trip to town. Summer, who has no life back in Britain, wants to remain and struggles to make herself useful, and Nick reluctantly warms to her kind, forgiving nature. But only when an escalating feud between farmers and Cockatoos (who, like Nick, raise sheep) threatens lives as well as property does Nick acknowledge his growing affection for the young woman. (Nov.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780727843722
  • Publisher: Severn House Publishers, Limited
  • Publication date: 11/28/1992
  • Pages: 416

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Chapter 6

The rain drummed. The wind moaned. The stovepipe clattered. Turning to the window, Nick looked out at the dark. Minutes dragged by until, at last, a tiny speck of light flickered to life in the distance. He imagined Frank stepping into the one-room building that was his home, lighting the lantern, trading his work clothes for his shin-long nightshirt then settling down on his mattress to sleep?a sixty-year-old man, alone.

A raindrop caught Nick on the bridge of his nose. He watched the water-spot on the ceiling grow dark and heavy before dropping its burden on the front of his shirt. Wearily, he searched beneath the sink for a pan large enough to hold an entire night's worth of leakage then dismissed the idea. Until the land feud between the farmers and the Cockatoos was settled, he'd be up and down throughout the night checking out any suspicious noises. He hadn't been hit by Tennyson's pack of marauders yet, but his day was coming.

Deciding the roaster would do, he positioned it beneath the drip. He'd put out the lantern and started for the bedroom when he remembered it was occupied. He moved on to the parlor, only to be brought up short by the sight of Summer sitting on the settee, small shoulders erect, hands folded in her lap, sights set on the fireplace. On the floor at her feet was her valise, beside it her bird-feather hat.

"What are you doing?" he demanded.

"I wouldn't think o' displacin' y' from yer bed, Mr. Sabre. I'm sleepin' here."

"Don't be stupid."

"Y've made yerself perfectly clear. My residin' here is temporary?and, besides, considerin' the circumstances, it wouldn't be proper for us t' sleep together."

"I had no intention of sleeping withyou."

Her chin came around. "Oh?"

"I'm sleeping here."

"On this?" She looked at the settee.

"Yes."

She shook her head. "I'm the one who is uninvited. I shan't put y' out any more than necessary. Just forget that I'm here."

"That'll be the day," he muttered to himself. Moving around the settee, he swept up her valise and hat. Before she could skewer him with her eyes again, he grabbed her arm and propelled her out of the parlor to the bedroom, where he tossed the case in the vicinity of the bed, plunked the hat on her head, spun on his bootheel and returned to the parlor. There, he stood with his hands on his hips and stared into the empty fireplace and listened to the rain drip into the pan. Minutes ticked by, then:

"Mr. Sabre?"

"What?" When she didn't respond, he looked over his shoulder. She stood in the doorway with her burnished hair falling softly over the white nightgown with its pink ribbons tied in a dainty bow at her throat. The gown pooled over her toes by a good three inches. She was clutching a quilt and his pillow to her stomach. "What?" he repeated.

"I thought y' might need these." She extended the pillow.

He turned to face the hearth again. The pillow, then the quilt, landed with a muffled thud on the settee behind him. Then, the bedroom door closed with a short squeak of its hinges.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Highly Recommend!!!

    This book was fantastic! one of the best books Ive ever read:D

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    Posted January 19, 2011

    Highly Recommend

    Great Story, Love the characters, Great Romance, Drama

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2006

    I loved this book -trying to find another copy

    I got Hardcover as a gift when it first came out. Summer was an orphan with big dreams who soon realized life was not as easy as her books made them seem. When taken advantage by the lord of the house and killing him or so she thought and injuring her best friend, she fled with her friends mail order bride marriage license and pursued a new life with her friends identity. She is sent to New Zealand to Nick Sabre. He had no idea he had a mail order wife, but in this story we see the love that forms. This story is beautiful and well written. Their is heartbreak and lots of making up. And lots & lots of steam. Loved it. I read it in Hs and still trying to find a copy (stolen from my dorm room) Read it u will love it and want to reread it very often just to relive the experience.

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