Unraveled by the Rebel

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A spinster with a secret . . .

After being seduced and ruined by her worst enemy, Juliette Andrews has vowed to marry no man — especially not Dr. Paul Fraser, her childhood sweetheart. Content to bury herself in accounts and numbers, she refuses to let the devastatingly handsome Highlander back into her life.

A rebel with a cause . . .

Paul Fraser's heart burns with the need for vengeance against the earl who ...

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Overview

A spinster with a secret . . .

After being seduced and ruined by her worst enemy, Juliette Andrews has vowed to marry no man — especially not Dr. Paul Fraser, her childhood sweetheart. Content to bury herself in accounts and numbers, she refuses to let the devastatingly handsome Highlander back into her life.

A rebel with a cause . . .

Paul Fraser's heart burns with the need for vengeance against the earl who executed his father and drove the Scots from their homes. But when he learns that his enemy hurt the woman he loves, Paul has sworn to destroy him.

Can Juliette overcome the darkness of her past in the arms of the man she once loved? Or will her secrets tear them apart?

Praise for Undone by the Duke, Book 1 in the Secrets in Silk Quartet:

“Well written, aptly conveying a strong sense of family among the sisters, the quartet shows great promise.” – 4 stars, RT Book Reviews

“A tender, exquisitely romantic tale . . .” – Connie Brockway, New York Times bestselling author

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477807712
  • Publisher: AmazonEncore
  • Publication date: 9/3/2013
  • Pages: 326
  • Sales rank: 349,579
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted September 14, 2013

    I absolutely loved this book! Paul's devotion is a beautiful thi

    I absolutely loved this book! Paul's devotion is a beautiful thing to read about. Juliette had suffered so much and went through a lot to heal and allow herself to believe that she deserved happiness and a man like Paul. I loved the book from beginning to end as I do with every book that I've read by Michelle Willingham. I can't wait for the next book in the series with Amelia!

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  • Posted September 12, 2013

    This is the second books in A Secrets In Silk novels following U

    This is the second books in A Secrets In Silk novels following Undone By The Duke, which had beenVictoria's story as this time it is sister Juliette 's story. I really loved this book as it had so many twist and turns sometimes  and a lot of nail biting scenes as well as  pulling at my heartstrings . I have been reading Michelle Willingham books for many years as always its a pleasure and delight . I never seem to be able too put the book down. I loved the independence of the sisters for qt his period in history running their own secret scandalous business with Aphrodite's Unmentionables - scandalous ladies undergarments!  The story is about  two childhood sweethearts who have both been hurt by the same wicked evil man  and all they must go through too trust, love and heal again. As always another winner By Michelle Willingham  always a delightful read. You can read this book in series order or alone. Great book as I definitely recommend it and read in one day believe me you dot want to miss this one!

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  • Posted September 11, 2013

    Unraveled by the Rebel  by Michelle Willingham What a wonderful

    Unraveled by the Rebel  by Michelle Willingham

    What a wonderful book one of my favorite authors Michelle Willingham. A great love story of a friendship between a woman who thinks she needs to be a spinster and a rebel doctor who won't give up.  Together overcome all secrets and obstacles to be together.  I recommend this book or any book by Michelle Willingham to everyone who loves a great historical romance.

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  • Posted September 8, 2013

    I am going to start by saying how big of a fan i am of Michelle

    I am going to start by saying how big of a fan i am of Michelle Willinghams. She really does knows how to write an emotional journey. This one had you right there and kept me right on the edge and was a page turner. The characters are well described and easily understandable..I can't wait for the next in this series to come out. Paul and Juliette were wonderful characters and i was loving seeing her face her fears, and paul helping her through it..

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  • Posted September 7, 2013

    Every time I review one of MW's books I feel like I'm gushing, b

    Every time I review one of MW's books I feel like I'm gushing, but I can't help it!! They're that good. I have to say The Andrew's sisters stories have really grabbed me. I'm intrigued by the developing relationship, or should I say the redeveloping relationship of the sisters parents. Lord Landfordshire has been away to war for the past 3 years, leaving his wife to try and make heads or tails of the debt riddled Barony he has inherited. Even though they are not the main characters I want to know more about them and I love how MW in incorporating them into each book. Getting to know each of the sister before their books come out is also fun :D The more you know about them the more you want their stories.After reading Undone by the Duke I was anxiously awaiting Juliette & Paul's story and Unraveled by the Rebel does not disappoint. After being raped, almost dying and them having to do one of the hardest things a woman would have to do (don't want to give the story away before you read it! ) Juliette is given a second chance at happiness when Dr. Paul Fraser comes back into her life. Having loved her for years Paul wants to marry her but knows he must woo her gently. Here is where I love how MW truly pulls you into the story. The way the characters react to one another and seem to pull you in, like you know them. When Juliette is threatened by a hated enemy will Paul be able to convince her that he is worth the risk of loving again?I loved the book, the story and the characters! I couldn't put it down actually, read it in one sitting, by the pool on vacation LOLJuliette and Paul are two characters you won't forget. Each has their own demons and together they come together to fight and defeat them. It's not very action packed but it's emotionally satisfying and very romantic....As I was reading the last page was hoping that there was just one more, which to me signifies a great read. Can't wait for the next book in the series. 

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  • Posted September 5, 2013

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    Well, Michelle has written another awesome book. This is the sec

    Well, Michelle has written another awesome book. This is the second book in her Secrets in Silk series that started with Undone by the Duke. There are so many twists and turns, tears from Juliette and myself and laughter in this book. Paul is the poor doctor with a secret who has always loved Juliette. And while she loves him an incident has made her despise marriage. He vows to protect her even if it means he has to marry her.There are good guys here and bad guys there. Even though you know it all ends well you are never quite sure how or when it comes true. I have most of Michelle's books and I won't be satisfied until I have them all. Please add this book to the top of your TBR pile!

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  • Posted September 5, 2013

    It¿s difficult to write a review about Michelle Willingham¿s nov

    It’s difficult to write a review about Michelle Willingham’s novels without giving spoilers and Unraveled by the Rebel is no exception. She makes her characters come alive on the page from the most damaged to the extremely cruel. The story takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and yet in the end she brings along their humanity. Juliette appears to be so broken and helpless but is probably one of Michelle’s strongest heroines yet. Dr. Paul brings with him all the compassion of a man in love and a ferocity to protect her and all that he cares about. Even her repugnant villain Duke of Worthington is extremely intriguing. Unraveled by the Rebel is one of the most intense and enjoyable reads this fall.

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