Image of His Captive Lady (Berkley Sensation)


Image of His Captive Lady (Berkley Sensation)

With tenderness, compassion and a deep understanding of the era, Gracie touches readers on many levels with her remarkable characters and intense exploration of their deepest human needs. Gracie is a great storyteller.

As a Devil Rider, Harry Morant is revered for his bravery in battle, yet as the illegitimate son of an earl, he longs for a family and acceptance. He buys a ruined estate in the hopes of establishing himself as a respectable horse breeder. On the journey, he gives a young woman his hat and gloves to protect her from the rain and is enchanted.

Nell Freymore arrives at her family estate to discover it has been sold to Harry. Her father's death has left her penniless, a scandal has made her an outcast and locating her missing child is all she lives for. But Harry refuses to let her go and takes Nell captive. She falls in love with the kind, powerful Harry, who vows to help her find her daughter; in turn, she saves him with her love. (Berkley Sensation, Sep., 380 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin