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Captain Frederick Wentworth, lately returned to England from a distinguished naval career fighting Napoleon, had re-visited the scene of his romantic defeat of eight years previous at the hands of Miss Anne Elliot to find his former love a pale, worn shadow of herself. Attracted by the lively young ladies in the area who regarded him as a hero, he had ignored Anne and entangled himself with Louisa Musgrove, a headstrong young woman who seemed ...
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For You Alone (Frederick Wentworth, Captain: Book 2)

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Captain Frederick Wentworth, lately returned to England from a distinguished naval career fighting Napoleon, had re-visited the scene of his romantic defeat of eight years previous at the hands of Miss Anne Elliot to find his former love a pale, worn shadow of herself. Attracted by the lively young ladies in the area who regarded him as a hero, he had ignored Anne and entangled himself with Louisa Musgrove, a headstrong young woman who seemed all that Anne was not.

Now, because of his careless behaviour and Louisa's heedlessness, his future appeared tied to her just at the moment when it had become painfully clear that Anne was still everything he truly wanted. In honour, he belonged to Louisa, but his heart was full of Anne. What was he to do?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780972852951
  • Publisher: Wytherngate Press
  • Publication date: 10/15/2008
  • Series: Frederick Wentworth, Captain Series , #2
  • Pages: 228
  • Sales rank: 405,123
  • Product dimensions: 0.52 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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  • Posted March 18, 2010

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    For You Alone is a touching ending to a wonderful story but left me a little wanting.

    Frederick Wentworth, Captain For You Alone is the second of a two books written by Susan Kaye. In the second part of this story, Captain Wentworth picks up with that fatefull day in Lyme when Miss Louisa Muskgrove was injured and Captain Wentworth have started to realize that he truly loves Anne. Unfortunatelly, his attention to Miss Muskgrove seems to have bound his fate to hers. Has he lost his chance at winning Anne's love forever, or will he get the second chance that they have both so desprately wished for all these years?

    I was a bit disappointed with the ending of this book. The way that they got married, running off to Gretna Green, and the book kind of just stops suddenly. Although it was a good book and stayed true to Austin's Persuasion, I kind of wish there was a little more to wrap up the book.

    All together this story was enjoyable to read and the author did a good job from the Captain's perspective.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 8, 2012

    If possible,even better than the original,this is my favorite st

    If possible,even better than the original,this is my favorite story ,and The Captain my favorite Austen leading man

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  • Posted May 8, 2012

    Good! I enjoyed this book. It was covered the time Wentworth we

    Good!
    I enjoyed this book. It was covered the time Wentworth went to visit his brother to put some distance between him and Louisa after the accident that's when I realized I had read this book before. It would have been nice if it ended with after his return from sea or if he returned at all.

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