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The Vines Of Yarrabee

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429783
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New York Times bestseller: A sweeping romantic saga about the colonization of Australia, from the author of An Important Family. When Gilbert Massingham chooses Eugenia Lichfield for his bride, he knows the aristocratic beauty is the ideal mistress for his plantation in the Australian wilderness. But the virile, larger-than-life, vineyard-obsessed Gilbert isn’t the husband Eugenia imagined when she left England for this untamed land. Then exiled Irish portrait artist Colm O’Connor and prison refugee Molly Jarvis come into their lives, altering the family’s destiny. As Yarrabee grows into one of Australia’s premier vineyards, a subtle struggle for power begins that will have far-reaching consequences for Eugenia, Gilbert, and their children. Featuring a cast of unforgettable characters, The Vines of Yarrabee presents the vitality and violence of pioneer life and an unusual and moving love story.

Waiting For Willa

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429791
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A woman vanishes into thin air and nothing is as it seems in bestselling author Dorothy Eden’s novel of romantic suspense and international intrigue set in Sweden A situation has developed . . . I’ve made a decision . . . There is simply no other way.Wilhelmina. The envelope is postmarked from Stockholm. But it’s the signature on the note inside that strikes fear into the heart of novelist Grace Asherton. As teenagers, she and her cousin Willa Bedford made a secret pact: If Willa were ever in trouble, she’d send a letter, signing it with her given name. When Grace responds by telegram and receives no reply, she grows concerned and travels to Stockholm, where romance, suspense, and stunning revelations await her. As she uncovers answers to the questions about Willa’s plight, Grace becomes desperate to extricate herself from a twisted world of deceit and violence waiting to claim another life.

Darkwater

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429392
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This classic Gothic romance, hailed by the Boston Globe as “a gem of its species,” tells the spine-tingling story of a young woman caught up in an English manor’s shadowed, violent past—and confronted by the very real dangers that lie within Fanny Davenport has lived at Darkwater ever since she was brought there as a young orphan. She both loves and detests the forbidding English estate on the moors, haunted by the death of its long-ago mistress. When the scream of a bird caught in the chimney pierces the gloom one night, she knows it to be a harbinger of violent things to come. It all begins when Fanny boards a ship to pick up two Chinese children who have been entrusted to her uncle’s care. But Adam Marsh, the handsome stranger who hands over the sister and brother, may be an imposter. Then the children’s elderly amah disappears. The reappearance of Adam Marsh only raises more questions. Can Fanny trust him? Is he her only ally against a cunning killer waiting to claim one more life?

An Important Family

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429384
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The saga of an English family in New Zealand and the secret that haunts them, from the New York Times–bestselling author of The American Heiress. For Kate O’Connor, desperate to escape her tragic past in England, the opportunity to immigrate to New Zealand with Sir John Devenish and his wife and daughter is a chance to start over. Exhilarated by this wild, primitive place on the other side of the world, Kate’s happiness is marred by a love she knows is taboo. When a sudden and suspicious death throws her life into turmoil, she begins to uncover the real reason the Devenish family left England. From a grand townhouse in London to a sheep farm in New Zealand, An Important Family, which was hailed by the Cleveland Plain Dealer as “a compulsive page turner,” is the story of a country in the midst of colonization—a transformation that parallels Kate O’Connor’s own rite of passage into womanhood as she finds her future in a magnificent new land.

Lady Of Mallow

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429716
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Hailed by the New York Times as a novel that “should easily satisfy the same readers who made a bestseller out of Victoria Holt’s Mistress of Mellyn,” Dorothy Eden’s masterwork of Gothic romance presents the story of a governess who falls dangerously in love with the mysterious heir to a manor house It’s a precarious charade with the highest stakes imaginable. Sarah Mildmay’s entire future rests on exposing the current lord of Mallow as the great pretender he is. Blane Mallow, presumed dead after years at sea, has suddenly returned to claim his title—and the magnificent English estate that rightfully belongs to Sarah’s fiancé, Blane’s cousin Ambrose. Determined to unmask the imposter, Sarah talks her way into a position as governess to Blane’s son, Titus. At Mallow Hall, she meets Blane’s suspicious wife, Amalie, and the formidable Lady Malvina. But the deception Sarah suspects reveals itself to be far more malevolent and far-reaching than she imagined. As she fights her growing attraction to Blane, the arrival of a stranger sets in motion a series of events that will have deadly consequences. Desperate to protect Titus, Sarah moves closer to a shattering truth: The man she loves may be a cold-blooded murderer . . .

Speak To Me Of Love

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429775
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Set in England from the 1880s through World War I, this enthralling romantic saga tells the story of a remarkable woman who defies London’s aristocratic society and attempts to build a department store that will rival Selfridge’s The plump, plain daughter of a successful shopkeeper, Beatrice Bonnington has no illusions about her looks—or her marital prospects. So when she receives a proposal from the dashing William Overton—a man she’s secretly desired for years—Beatrice can’t believe her good fortune. Knowing her husband will never wholly belong to her, she turns her energies to the other great passion of her life: her family’s department store. As she endures tragedy, betrayal, and the horrors of war, she builds Bonnington’s Emporium into a titan of commerce that rivals London’s Selfridge’s. But with all of her worldly success, she never stops loving William. One more challenge awaits Beatrice—the battle for her husband’s heart.

The American Heiress

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429376
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A New York Times–bestselling author brings World War I–era England to vibrant life in this romantic saga in which destiny turns a lady’s maid into a lady. It is spring of 1915. Spoiled twenty-one-year-old Clemency Jervis and her Fifth Avenue entourage board the Lusitania, bound for England, where Clemency is to marry the dashing Lord Hugo Hazzard of Loburn. A few miles off the Irish coast, the ship is torpedoed by the Germans. One of the few survivors is Clemency’s maid, Hetty Brown, a young woman who resembles her mistress. Surprised to be taken for Clemency, Hetty carries out a daring deception that makes her a nobleman’s wife and the mistress of a magnificent country estate, despite doubts about her among some in her aristocratic new set. Suspenseful, surprising, and heartwarming, The American Heiress is a tale of love, war, and the far-reaching, often-unexpected consequences of our actions.

Sleep In The Woods

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Black Dagger Crime
ISBN: 9780754085324
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Beautiful Briar Johnson had set her cap at g entle Peter Fanshawe, her friend Sophie''s suitor, hoping to trap him into marriage. But her plot was unexpectedly thwart ed by the most eligible bachelor in town. '

The Deadly Travellers

Author: Dorothy Eden
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480429708
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Romantic suspense meets Hitchcockian storytelling in New York Times–bestselling author Dorothy Eden’s nail-biter of a novel about a little girl who vanishes on a train The job is simple: to escort seven-year-old Francesca from Rome to England. But it quickly becomes a nightmare for Kate Tempest when Francesca vanishes aboard the Paris Express. Not a single one of Kate’s fellow passengers admits to seeing the girl. In fact, nobody remembers her getting onboard at all. But Kate’s discovery of Francesca’s beloved doll convinces her that Francesca is the victim of foul play. Who took her off the train—and why? And who is the insolent, dark-eyed stranger who keeps turning up? Kate’s desperate search takes her across Europe . . . and into the arms of a man she is not sure she can trust as she searches for a way out of a tightening web of lies, deception, and deadly malice.