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- Publisher: Gallery Books
- Format: Paperback | 352 pages
- Dimensions: 127mm x 203mm x 25mm | 308g
- Publication date: 7 August 2011
- ISBN 10: 145166656X
- ISBN 13: 9781451666564
- Edition statement: Reprint
Kasey Michaels has enchanted millions with her exquisite Regency romances. Now she embarks on a bold new journey, exploring the wilds of colonial America while weaving an unforgettable romantic adventure.... Miss Bryna Cassidy's journey to the New World holds anything but promise. Orphaned during the ocean crossing, Bryna is forced to travel alone through unsettled lands to reach her uncle's homestead in New Eden, Pennsylvania. She arrives to discover her relatives have been slain in an Indian uprising, and the only man civilized enough to offer help is the very land baron who seized her uncle's farm before the embers of the massacre's fires had died.... Dominick Crown has carved a palatial estate out of this savage land; he is ready to spawn his American dynasty. But for this he must wed, a difficult task for an English gentleman who avoids all contact with high society, fearing someone will recognize his handsome face and, worse, reveal his haunting past. The well-bred Bryna seems the perfect answer -- until he discovers her temper is as fiery as her radiant hair, and she brazenly uses him to achieve her ends. As war with the natives looms dangerously close, Bryna and Dominick are swept into a whirlwind of adventure -- and an ever-intensifying passion they never dreamed possible.
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Author of more than forty novels, Kasey Michaels has been described by "Romantic Times" as "one of the romance genre's most beloved authors." In addition to "The Homecoming, " her work for Pocket Books includes "The Passion of an Angel, The Secrets of the Heart, The Illusions of Love, A Masquerade in the Moonlight, The Bride of the Unicorn" and "The Legacy of the Rose." Ms. Michaels resides in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, with her husband and four children. She appreciates hearing from readers; you may write to her c/o Pocket Books, 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.