Lady Elizabeth Sommersett is the pampered, beautiful daughter of a powerful earl. But when she is shipwrecked on her way to an arranged marriage, her future seems over—until she is she rescued by a magnificent warrior. Elizabeth had no idea a man could be as strong yet tender, not to mention breathtaking, as Cain Dare. But even more shocking is Cain's announcement that she now belongs to him—that she is his gift from the sea. Nor is Elizabeth prepared that in place of her comfortable life, she may have gained a passion she never knew possible. . .
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About the Author
Not content to merely write Romance novels, Judith is a member of Romance Writers of America and belongs to the Delaware, Virginia, and Georgia Chapters.
Judith, a farmer's daughter, is descended from colonial British settlers and Native Americans in the Chesapeake Bay region. No doubt reflected in her novels, she inherited a strong family tradition of story telling. The mother of four adult children, including best-selling historical novelist Colleen Faulkner, Judith lives with her husband, a Norwegian Elkhound, and several Siamese cats. The brood makes their home in a restored 18th century farmhouse near Maryland's Eastern Shore. The house has been in her family since 1734.
Readers can find Judith's upcoming release, the novella The Bride of the Red Wolf, in the August release by Kensington, Castle Magic. This piece was written as a collaboration between Judith, her daughter Colleen, and their friend Hannah Howell. Before writing the novella, she was lucky enough to travel extensively in the Scottish Highlands. She enjoyed the country so much that she will be returning again in the summer of 1999 in order to do more research on this romantic area.
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