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New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh returns to Regency England in the second novel of her Horsemen Trilogy, a tale of unforgiven sins and unforgettable passion...
Moira Hayes hadn’t seen Kenneth Woodfall in nearly eight years. Nor did she want to see this man who stirred such feelings of anger in her. After all, their families had been rivals since their great-grandfathers’ day. And he was the reason—though indirectly—for her own brother’s death.
But Kenneth has returned from war and is home for good. And he isn’t willing to forget the past—a time he shared with his first and only love, Miss Moira Hayes. The moment he sees her again, he knows his future. Because Kenneth is more than willing to forgive.
If only Moira can too...
About the Author
Mary Balogh grew up in Wales and now lives with her husband, Robert, in Saskatchewan, Canada. She has written more than one hundred historical novels and novellas, more than thirty of which have been New York Times bestsellers. They include the Bedwyn saga, the Simply quartet, the Huxtable quintet, the seven-part Survivors’ Club series, and the Westcott series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What an annoying heroine. She was so so so stupid. Every decision she made in the first half of the book: "i shouldnt do or say this stupid thing. He also doesnt think i should do or say this stupid thing. What a jerk! Now i think i will do or say this stupid thing. Oh that turned out badly! Woe is me." Her only personality was a reaction to his.
a wonderful romantic story. read every page and loved it!
This is the second book in the series and I could not finish either one. Moira acted like a petulant school child. After the scene where he asks if she never wants to see him again and she agrees I was done. I may delete this series from my library.