Devil's Embrace

Devil's Embrace

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Dear Reader: "Welcome to my very first historical romance, Devil's Embrace, titled by my husband, and first published in 1982. I've updated it stylistically, edited it, trimmed it just a bit, and the art department designed a splendid new cover that magically includes some of the original artwork. Cassie Brougham and Anthony Welles, Earl of Clare, are my favorite characters of all time. Cassie has known the Earl of Clare all her life, but she's in love with a soldier she's been secretly writing to since she was fifteen. Now he's home and they're going to be married. But the day before her wedding, Anthony Welles kidnaps her aboard his yacht and sails away with her to Genoa, Italy; his stated intention to make her his wife. Cassie is not happy about this. This is an unusual love story, to say the least, that will make you weep and laugh and root for what you know is best for both of them. There is pain, doubt, captivation, and escape. But regardless of what happens, this is a love that is of the forever sort, something that is true and very real, and will stay close to your heart, I hope, for a very long time. If you missed Devil's Embrace the first time around, do read it now. Enjoy, Catherine Coulter
Publisher: New York : Signet, 2000, c1982.
Edition: Revised ed.
ISBN: 9780451200266
Call Number: COULTER
Characteristics: 404 p. ; 18 cm.
Subjects: Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Upper class women -- Fiction.
Kidnapping -- Fiction.
Nobility -- Fiction.
Genoa (Italy) -- Social life and customs -- 18th century -- Fiction.
England -- Social life and customs -- 18th century -- Fiction.
Love stories.
Historical fiction.


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