New Author's Choice Edition: January 2013*Originally Published by Ballantine Books "I loved this book so much, I wanted it to go on forever! I have read hundreds of historical romances and can truthfully say that I enjoy Cynthia Wright's above all others." ~ PAST ROMANCE, Historical Romance... show more
New Author's Choice Edition: January 2013*Originally Published by Ballantine Books "I loved this book so much, I wanted it to go on forever! I have read hundreds of historical romances and can truthfully say that I enjoy Cynthia Wright's above all others." ~ PAST ROMANCE, Historical Romance Reviews"Lose yourself in the perfect Romance by a perfect author!" ~ BERTRICE SMALL, New York Times Bestselling AuthorThe year is 1783, and rakish Alexandre Beauvisage is returning from the Revolutionary War when he discovers Caroline, unconscious in the Connecticut woods. Dressed as a boy, she has no memory of her past. Against his better judgment, he takes the lovely foundling with him to his home in Philadelphia and finds his life increasingly complicated as the fiery attraction between them builds and Caro's dangerous past reaches out to her.CAROLINE is Cynthia Wright's unforgettable debut novel and is on keeper shelves worldwide. The story of a confirmed rake and an innocent, spirited young woman, it is filled with sensual romance, evocative history, memorable characters, and the joy of true love.The Beauvisage Novels* and The Raveneau Novels intertwine, with some characters crossing over. Should you wish to read them in chronological order, this is the sequence: 1780 - SILVER STORM 1783- CAROLINE* 1789 - TOUCH THE SUN* 1793 - SPRING FIRES* (A Beauvisage/Raveneau Novel)1814 - SURRENDER THE STARS 1814 - NATALYA* 1818 - SILVER SEA (A Raveneau/Beauvisage Novel1903 - TEMPEST*Authors Note, January 2013 - This new, subtly revised version of CAROLINE addresses issues raised by some contemporary readers. CAROLINE was originally written & published in 1977, but times have changed. In this new edition, Alec is a more mature alpha hero and Caro is a stronger heroine. If you have read and loved CAROLINE in the past, I think you will love it even more now!.