Heart's Desire: Victorian Romance

Heart's Desire: Victorian Romance

by Lynda Dunwell


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Who knows when love will strike?
Edward can't take his eyes off beautiful Miranda, but how can a a mere glimpse of a woman ignite such lust in his veins?
Heart's Desire is Edward and Miranda's love story set in the 1880's industrial Midlands of England.
Left destitute following the sudden death of her father, Miranda and her stepmother must retrench but cannot understand why they have been left without financial support having previous enjoyed a comfortable upper middle class existence.
Edward can offer Miranda a comfortable life as his wife but can he win her love?
Set against the background of Victorian respectability, where reputation is everything. Social standing must be maintained and society is ruthlessly unforgiving once status is lost.
Family pressure and circumstances play vital roles and bring Edward and Miranda together. However, they are soon torn apart by deception, misplaced loyalty and abduction.

Will Edward win Miranda's love and claim his Heart's Desire?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781910712085
Publisher: Romantic Reads Publishing
Publication date: 02/10/2016
Pages: 274
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Lynda Dunwell is an LSE graduate and has taught economics and business studies for over twenty years. She has worked as a press officer, advertisement copy writer, tourist officer and researcher.
She is a member of the UK Romantic Novelists' Association and is an avid reader of historical romance. Her first novel Marrying the Admiral's Daughter was a contender for the Joan Hessayon award. Her third novel, Tomorrow belongs to Us was short-listed at the UK Festival of Romance.
She is a keen student of genealogy and a member of the Society of Genealogists. Her research work has enabled her to trace her direct paternal family line back to 1485 - the advantage of having an uncommon surname. Currently she is researching her female line which she describes as "far more challenging" and she is working on a non-fiction book about female genealogy.
Although born and based in the landlocked English Midlands, she loves the sea and spends most of her vacations aboard cruise ships.

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