"where Little House on the Prairie meets
Gone With The Wind"
"Intense drama, passion and laughter satisfy every emotion.
Realistic characters, convincing dialogue and slap-you-silly moments in
Mark of a Man will delight, charm and touch hearts."
-Kate Brown, author of The Rose Legends
Mark of a Man
It is 1898. Amidst the Spanish American War and a horrifying hurricane, the beloved Dunnigan family struggles to salvage their beguiling island existence. Pat Dunnigan lives hard and loves wild. His sister, Marie, is a beacon for trouble. Will she forgive the unforgettable? Will Pat's demons become hers? Will he drive away his lover? Is she unsuitable?
Pleasing. Poignant. Passionate. This is Amelia Island's Mark of a Man.
... The breeze off the ocean aimed its balmy breath at the white beach cottage, snapping the faded blue cotton curtain at the open window. He'd long ago blown out the oil lamp. No need advertising anyone was in residence. Privacy and secrecy were always aphrodisiacs for him when it came to matters of the heart. Matters of the heart? What was that? It was more like matters of the loins. His grin was broad. His feelings for her were comprised of one thing ... lust - pure, deep and dark.
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Intense drama, passion and laughter satisfy every emotion. Realistic characters, convincing dialogue and slap-you-silly moments in Mark of a Man will delight, charm and touch hearts. - Kate Brown, Author of The Rose Legends Series