Too Far to Whisper [NOOK Book]

Overview

In 1600s Colonial New England, 20-year-old Rosalind Chandler finds herself experiencing strong desires - sinful ones - for a man who causes her to forget to breathe whenever she is near him. The problem is, he is not the man to whom she is betrothed...not the man who is blackmailing her to force her to marry him.
With the wedding rapidly approaching, Rosalind has to make a decision. Should she follow her heart and risk destroying her family? Or should she protect them by ...

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Too Far to Whisper

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Overview

In 1600s Colonial New England, 20-year-old Rosalind Chandler finds herself experiencing strong desires - sinful ones - for a man who causes her to forget to breathe whenever she is near him. The problem is, he is not the man to whom she is betrothed...not the man who is blackmailing her to force her to marry him.
With the wedding rapidly approaching, Rosalind has to make a decision. Should she follow her heart and risk destroying her family? Or should she protect them by becoming the dutiful wife of a man she does not love?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045483827
  • Publisher: Arianna Eastland
  • Publication date: 12/2/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 21,970
  • File size: 432 KB

Meet the Author

I have lived in New England all my life and have always been interested in the history of it, especially that of the Native Americans. I didn't start writing until 2012, after my husband passed away suddenly. I needed something to fill my time, and writing helped me get through the long, lonely hours. My original intent was to write only one book, solely for my own entertainment. I didn't even consider trying to sell it. I mean, it was my first attempt at writing and I was pretty sure it was terrible. But I finally decided to be brave and offer it to the public free of charge (just in case it was bad!).To my surprise, the response was so positive, I ended up writing a trilogy! Now, I enjoy writing so much, I feel empty if I'm not working on a new project at all times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2014

    258 pages

    This book is 258 pages long. It is well edited. It is in the 1600s just as the English were begining to venture west from New England, in Northern America. A young woman falls in love with a native American, even though she is promised to a man she loathes. Her family, friends and community are horrified. There follows the expected angst, upheavels and conflict, until the expected ending. There some violence, death and sexual stituations. Chick lit, for readers 18 and up. Mature 16 years could ead this also.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    I truly enjoyed reading about New England and its people back in

    I truly enjoyed reading about New England and its people back in the 17th century, which I hadn't seen very often in romance novels. The book kept me turning pages, and I was drawn into the growing love (and sexual tension!) of the two main characters. I also have read the sequel, part two of the trilogy, which has some surprising elements, and am really looking forward to reading the third book when it is released.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2014

    enjoyable short read, well written

    enjoyable short read, well written

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2014

    good story

    good story

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