Fox River (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Nov 17, 2008 - Fiction - 496 pages
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Daughter of a legendary Virginia hunt master and aristocrat, Julia Warwick grew up in a world where Thoroughbreds and foxhunting are passions, not pastimes. Julia finds her own passion in Christian Carver, a talented young horse trainer. But when a beautiful heiress is murdered and Christian is convicted of the crime, a pregnant, desperate Julia marries a friend who offers solace.

Now, though blindness darkens her world, it opens her eyes to hidden truths. About her husband, her family, her friends and the man she loved. And as the story starts to emerge, a forgotten memory begins to return, a mystery comes to light...and two lovers torn apart by forces they couldn't control face each other once and for all.


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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

Loved the story, but the parts about the Fox Hunting bored me. There were several parts that they were talking about things that only those who know anything about Fox hunting would understand. I would have rather seen less details about the hunting or more explanations about it. Read full review

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User Review  - Marilyn Miles - Goodreads

For some reason I just could not get into this book. I put it aside several times to read library books since I own this one, and finally got back into and finished it. Maybe it was the small type in ... Read full review

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Emilie Richards began her writing career with a baby on her lap. Emilie, who has a master's degree in family development, finds family interaction fascinating and through the years, in many different ways, her four children have shown up in her books.

Emilie's daughter, who was adopted from India, emerged from a plane at age six, and was an instant addition to the family. Since then, Emilie has written several books about the trials and tribulations of adoption, as well as its myriad rewards. Wayward teenage boys have walked through Emilie's books, just the way they seem to walk through her life. The boys always turn out well and luckily her own have, too.

A long love affair with Emilie's minister husband convinced her that ministers can be heroes, too. Dragonslayer, a Silhouette Intimate Moments and RITA Award winner resulted from that realization. Endless Chain, the second book in her Shenandoah Album series for MIRA Books, did, as well.

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