SEPARATED AT BIRTHREUNITED AT KNIFEPOINT!
Merrick Welbourne never expected to discover a long-lost twin! Particularly one who'd rob him and leave him senseless on the road. Now living his brother's aristocratic life, he had new trials, tribulations and temptations he'd never dreamed of. Not the least being Chloe Simon, she of rare mettle, proud heart and unmatchable beauty!
Chloe Simon knew Lord Lindale was definitely not himself. After encountering the masked highwayman Hawk, he seemed different. More approachable. More desirable. And in stolen moments of startling intimacy, he made her feel like titled nobility. But she was only a doctor's daughter, with every reason to steer clear of his very kissable lips !
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About the Author
Tanya is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Her first romance novel “Angel of fire” was published in 1992. She is a five-times nominee for a Romantic Times Career Achievement
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Welcome back to the romance world, Tanya Anne Crosby. Your latest novel is easy to read, and easy to like.
The story begins with a cruel ultimatum; a young mother must select which of her twins she will raise. Years slip away. Merrick Welbourne, the crown prince of Meridian, traveling through northern Scotland, is seeking answers; however, he comes upon a greater entanglement ¿ his identical twin, Ian. Chloe Simon, a physician¿s daughter, despises Ian MacEwen and solemnly vows, today, she will make him pay for his sins; however, she too comes upon a greater entanglement -- the incredible Merrick Welbourne.
Crosby¿s story is entertaining, but very light reading. The author dallies in the story of a ¿Robin Hood¿ highway man and his gang of compassionate thieves. The unselfish brigand is none other than the wealthy Ian MacEwen. MacEwen¿s criminal pursuit advances the secrets surrounding the entire storyline. An intriguing idea, but unfortunately when the reader closes the final page, the story is even more mysterious than when it began. Room for a sequel? Positively. Harlequin even gives the reader a sneak preview, but alas, this is here and now, and I want reading satisfaction not loose ends.
In spite of, Ms. Crosby is a smooth writer, and her books are enjoyable.