Gabriel

Gabriel

eBook - 2013
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Another unforgettable Regency romance from award-winning, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Grace Burrowes. A man with a dangerous future After two years in hiding to protect his family, Gabriel Wendover, Marquess of Hesketh, leaves behind the woman he loves and returns home to untangle the plots against him. When the lady turns up on his doorstep to paint portraits of Gabriel's brother and sister-in-law, he's not sure whether it's by accident or by design. And now she could be in harm's way too... A lady with a dangerous past Polonaise Hunt is an accomplished artist who is determined to paint the prestigious Wendover family portraits, but coming upon Gabriel in his new situation changes everything. Despite their mutual passion, trusting Gabriel could cost Polly everything she holds dear...
Publisher: [United States] : Sourcebooks Inc : Made available through hoopla, 2013
ISBN: 9781402278761
1402278764
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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Ladre Jun 16, 2014

What a disappointed this book was! Gabriel was introduced in Beckman's story and I adored him and though he was so interesting...but this story went nowhere and all the unique, compelling aspects of his character were drained off as the story progressed. I thought that his brother Aaron and his wife were more interesting than Gabriel and Polly ended up. Also, the resolution of Polly's conflict was silly. Her daughter comes off, frankly, like a brat, and the author does not explain how they are going to explain the circumstances of her daughter's birth. Lastly: I was annoyed that Polly and Sara never reconcile with their parents, whose greatest crime seems to have been naivete.

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