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Saving Alessandra - Christine Maria Jahn
Saving Alessandra
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Alessandra Willow Smythson-Drake, a widow at four and twenty, has sailed back to her family estate in England upon the death of her abusive husband. But escape from the torture she endured during her marriage was not to come easily. Both her sleeping and waking hours are controlled by night... show more
Alessandra Willow Smythson-Drake, a widow at four and twenty, has sailed back to her family estate in England upon the death of her abusive husband. But escape from the torture she endured during her marriage was not to come easily. Both her sleeping and waking hours are controlled by night terrors and emotional turmoil. Physical scars, one of which is too hideous to hide, force her into seclusion. Simon Thane Bevan, Marquess of Heavensford and childhood friend, re-enters Alessandra's life. What starts as a simple meeting to rekindle a lost friendship quickly ignites his heart into unconditional love. Overcome with anger at the abuse his friend has suffered, he vows to save her from living the life of a recluse. Believing she deserves nothing but solitude and unhappiness, Alessandra trusts no one except her personal maid, and refuses to accept Simon's confession of love as nothing more than pity. The marquess, however, is determined to prove otherwise.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00AVKVLSY
Publisher: Christine Maria Jahn
Pages no: 217
Edition language: English
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DNFed almost half way through. The over the top abuse the heroine suffered from her deceased husband is ridiculous and her fears, which I tried to sympathize with grated on my nerves. The hero was bland and the emotional dialogue between the heroine and heroine was too prosey and sickeningly poetic ...
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