by Cindy Holby

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He was the product of illegitimacy, son of a noble house with no claim to its title or riches. For John Murray, the only hope of a decent life was his career as a British office.

Had she lost her heart when he rescued her from ruffians, or when she first looked into that face like a golden angel's? No matter when it began, Isobel knew there was no hope of a happy ending for a rebel Scottish lass and a red-coated Sassenach.

Betrayed by the girl he loved, disgraced before his commander, wounded in battle and left for dead, John thought he'd hit rock bottom. But the sweet touch of a lover he'd never thought to see again taught him that no matter how far a man falls, with the right woman at his side, he can always stand tall.

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BN ID: 2940150123007
Publisher: cindyholbybooks
Publication date: 01/23/2015
Series: Wind series , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 287
Sales rank: 984,040
File size: 214 KB

About the Author

Cindy Holby is the author of the popular Wind Series. She also writes under the names Colby Hodge and Kassy Tayler.

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Fallen 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1773 British Captain John Murray and Scottish lass Isobel Ferguson fall in love. However, both understand love is not enough as their backgrounds prevent anything but an unattainable dream. Her family rejects the Sassenach believing strongly he is part of an occupying force.

However, all hell breaks loose when Isobel¿s siblings attempt to free their father from jail. Needing a scapegoat, the English leadership feel they have the perfect fall guy. John because of his caring for Isobel is held culpable, demoted and exiled to the colonies. At the same the Ferguson family is sold into indentured servitude in the Virginia colony. They do not meet again until another war, like the one back home, heats up the American colonies.

Putting aside the entertaining ¿wind¿ historical romances, Cindy Holby provides a fun late eighteenth century romance that takes place on both sides of the Atlantic. John and Isobel are star-crossed lovers with no hope for a future together until they meet up for a second chance at love in America where freedom encourages them to pursue their relationship. Fans will enjoy the aptly titled FALLEN as the lead couple fall into love but also fall into enforced exile.

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