Titel: Sunrise (Sonnet Books)
Verlag: Pocket, US
Einband: Mass Market Pa
Zustand: Very Good
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"One of romantic fiction's finest gems" (The Literary Times), Miranda Jarrett has enthralled readers with her marvelous novels of the seafaring Fairbournes. Now, in this heart-stirring sequel to Moonlight, Boston seamstress Juliette Lacroix is swept away to a tiny New England island...where her heart falls to a Fairbourne who has turned his back on his own loving family.
Washed ashore on a deserted beach by a storm at sea, the lovely woman has no idea of who she is or where she came from; she knows only that her name is Juliette. Though one thing is as clear as the morning sky: the handsome stranger who rescued her arouses in her a passion that she has never before experienced.
For five years, in the wake of his young wife's death, the embittered Daniel Fairbourne has lived alone on Nantucket Island. But when he finds Juliette unconscious on the sand and tends her back to health, his sleeping heart reawakens. Sheltered in Daniel's tiny cottage, they discover a rare and wondrous love. But as Juliette's memory returns, Daniel knows that she will one day go back to the world outside his cottage walls -- a world that Daniel has little desire to rejoin.About the Author:
With more than two million copies in print worldwide, Miranda Jarrett's bestselling books are enjoyed by readers from Singapore to Poland to Australia. Her critically acclaimed novels of colonial America starring the unforgettable Sparhawk family have now been joined by her latest series for Pocket Books, featuring the equally memorable Fairbournes, of Cape Cod: The Captain's Bride, Cranberry Point, and Wishing. Moonlight, the Fairbourne novel that preceded Sunrise, followed the romantic adventures of Juliette Lacroix's older sister Amelie, including giving her a Fairbourne hero of her own.
Miranda considers herself wonderfully fortunate to have found a career that combines history with happy endings for starcrossed lovers -- even if it has also made her family regulars at the local pizzeria. She is currently working on her next book, which will introduce the next generation of Fairbournes.
Miranda is a graduate of Brown University with a degree in art history. A two-time RITA Award finalist, she is the recipient of many awards and honors for her writing, including the prestigious Gold Leaf and the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for Best North American Historical Romance. She loves to hear from readers, and can be reached at P.O. Box 1102, Paoli, PA 19301-0792 (a SASE is appreciated), or by e-mail at MJarrett@aol.com.
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