Trial by Desire
She cannot forget the fire he ignited...In the three years since her husband left her, Lady Kathleen Carhart has managed to forge a fulfilling life for herself. But when Ned Carhart unexpectedly returns, she finds her tranquility uprooted--and her deepest secrets threatened. Though she has no... show more
She cannot forget the fire he ignited...In the three years since her husband left her, Lady Kathleen Carhart has managed to forge a fulfilling life for herself. But when Ned Carhart unexpectedly returns, she finds her tranquility uprooted--and her deepest secrets threatened. Though she has no intention of falling for Ned's charms, Kate can no longer deny the desire that still burns in her heart.Or the promise of his love...Ned is determined to regain his wife's trust by using unbridled seduction. But just as Kate surrenders to Ned's passion, her carefully guarded past threatens to destroy her. Now Kate must place her faith in the only man she's ever loved, and the only one who has ever betrayed her...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 28th 2010
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 360
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Category Romance
, 19th Century
, Regency Romance
Series: Carhart .5 (#2)
Ned and Kate married young. After 3 months Ned decides to go to China to oversee family holdings there. He is gone 3 years. Of course while he is gone, life moves along. I loved what Kate took on in her spare time and I enjoyed that secondary story. I also liked how they were both faithful to each o...
This is the final book in the Carhart duology plus novella series, published by Harlequin (ergo, early works of Milan). I knew the couple from book one in the series, and I was excited to see their story. I don't get many romances that are about a married couple, but I love that trope so much and th...
A hero who fights depression and feelings of inadequacy struggles in his relationship with a hero who fights feelings of abandonment. He needs to feel strong to cope with his illness, and she tries to feel needed and help him, but how do you help someone who doesn't want to be helped? They do figure...
Yeah... this book didn't have anything to do with the synopsis. I'm just going to completely skip the back cover for Courtney Milan novels in the future.