Adam Loveday (Loveday series, Book 1)

Adam Loveday (Loveday series, Book 1) : A passionate and dramatic historical adventure

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For all those who were entranced by Ross Poldark in Winston Graham's Poldark comes a dramatic series of novels that will sweep you away to 18th century Cornwall.

Cornwall, 1786. Twenty years ago, fate denied Adam Loveday his birthright: the family estate, Trevowan, and the boatyard that his father is struggling to maintain. And the intense childhood rivalry between Adam and his elder twin St John continues to govern their fated passions and chequered fortunes.

St John has become a dissolute wastrel but Adam, with a talent for ship design and a thirst for adventure, has fierce family pride in Trevowan and the yard. Aware of his father's increasing disapproval, St John fears that the Loveday yard will be given to Adam after all, and puts into motion a plan to ensure that Adam will never get what his heart desires: the boatyard - and Meriel Sawle, the seductive daughter of the local innkeeper, whose violent family are infamous in the smuggling trade...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 31mm | 350g
  • Headline Book Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0755346203
  • 9780755346202
  • 617,233

About Kate Tremayne

Kate Tremayne`s passion for weaving fictional characters into real-life history dramas is the driving force behind her writing. She now lives in Sussex, though she spent much of her childhood in Cornwall.
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