Rebels at Heart

Rebels at Heart

by Kate McMurray
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Rebels at Heart by Kate McMurray

Charles Foxworth is among New York City's most fashionable men, though he is only pretending to be a dashing British aristocrat. Still, he is content with his role and has little interest in the war. His companion, Isaac Ward, has more invested in the coming conflict; Isaac was born a slave, and though he is now free, that freedom could be guaranteed if he chose to pick up arms. Then war arrives on the shores of the city and Charles's idyll is over. He quickly realizes that the war could take from him the very thing he holds most dear: Isaac.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157345365
Publisher: Echo Hill Books
Publication date: 06/15/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 371,419
File size: 348 KB

About the Author

Kate McMurray writes smart romantic fiction. She likes creating stories that are brainy, funny, and of course sexy, with regular guy characters and urban sensibilities. She advocates for romance stories by and for everyone. When she’s not writing, she edits textbooks, watches baseball, plays violin, crafts things out of yarn, and wears a lot of cute dresses. She’s active in Romance Writers of America, serving for two years on the board of Rainbow Romance Writers, the LGBT romance chapter, and three—including two as president—on the board of the New York City chapter. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, with two cats and too many books.

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Rebels at Heart 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
Rebels at Heart ticked all my historical and romance boxes. On the surface Charles is the poster boy for those who benefited by supporting the continuation of living under British rule but as we all know its not all about what one lets people see. Isaac is one who would benefit the most by serving with the rebels, his current freedom would be guaranteed. Charles and Isaac are so much more than the aristocrat and servant they show to the world and I absolutely loved their connection, it was real and honest even though no one else could ever be allowed to see it. Rebels at Heart is a lovely novella that makes a wonderful quick read, not because there is little substance or the number of pages but because Charles and Isaac touched my heart and I couldn't wait to find out where Kate McMurray took them. Sometimes it takes the threat of losing something or someone to make one jump into action and realize where you were meant to be all along. Rebels is one of those tales where the story is not in knowing where it ends in general but the journey the readers are taken on as the characters arrive at said ending. A great little addition to my historical shelf.