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1809 England. To protect his foster brother, Baron de la Croix, young Hadleigh Tarrant joins him in the hunt for government bullion thieves. Captured and tortured by their leader Donatien, Hadleigh is left to die.
Sarah, Lady Edgerton, a middle-aged widow, nurses the critically injured Hadleigh when he is found near her home despite the danger to her reputation.
Their hearts choose each other, but Hadleigh is haunted by the tragedy of his ...
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Honour's Choice

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Overview

1809 England. To protect his foster brother, Baron de la Croix, young Hadleigh Tarrant joins him in the hunt for government bullion thieves. Captured and tortured by their leader Donatien, Hadleigh is left to die.
Sarah, Lady Edgerton, a middle-aged widow, nurses the critically injured Hadleigh when he is found near her home despite the danger to her reputation.
Their hearts choose each other, but Hadleigh is haunted by the tragedy of his parent’s marriage and fears that love will cause him pain worse than that of any torture. Sarah, trapped by the years between them and a secret that would turn him from her forever, tries to hide her love and do what is best for Hadleigh by giving him up.
Donatien, malicious French spy appears determined on purloining military secrets. He is also intent upon a revenge that threatens Sarah and Hadleigh’s growing love and their very lives. Hadleigh must discover the spy’s identity before he and Sarah can decide between dishonour and HONOUR'S CHOICE.
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Editorial Reviews

RT Book Reviews May 2013 - Donna Brown
4 Stars There’s more suspense than romance in the second entry to Vincent’s Honour series, but both keep the reader on the edge as finely-wrought characters tell an exciting tale. Unresolved circumstances leave the reader eager for book three.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016391588
  • Publisher: De Rigueur Press
  • Publication date: 3/25/2013
  • Series: The Honour Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,077,176
  • File size: 254 KB

Meet the Author

Joan Vincent lives with her husband in Kansas. Her hobbies include sewing for and playing with her young grandchildren, crocheting, quilting, and flower arranging. Her husband claims her favorite hobby/passion is filling an ever-increasing number of bookcases with books on all facets of 18-19th century English, French, and Spanish life and politics. Her previously published books are available at Regency Reads
Read more about Joan Vincent and her books at JOANVINCENT.NET
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