Nell

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Apr 1, 2012 - Fiction - 336 pages
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The Love of a Lifetime

He came upon her in the light of the silver moon and knew instantly she was the one. It was right, he thought, that they should meet without the trappings of wealth, family, and formality. For in the end, in the sweetly scented darkness, it would be just the two of them. Donal O'Flaherty didn't see English versus Irish. He say only Nell, and that was enough.

But Fate had another plan. Soon Nell is swept away from the treacherous Tudor court. Yet through the centuries and across generations, she would prove that neither prison bars nor the hands of time could stop the power of a love meant to be...

Praise for RITA Award Winner Jeanette Baker

"Baker is a forceful writer of character and conflict."—Publishers Weekly

"A shining example of Ms. Baker's exceptional gift for storytelling."—RT Book Reviews

Jeannette Baker has held countless readers spellbound with her RITA Award–winning tale that weaves past and present into one evocative love story that surpasses the bounds of time.

 

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Contents

One
1
Two
14
Three
25
Four
38
Five
48
Six
60
Seven
70
Eight
81
Nineteen
199
Twenty
210
TwentyOne
222
TwentyTwo
235
TwentyThree
245
TwentyFour
256
TwentyFive
267
TwentySix
277

Nine
92
Ten
102
Eleven
116
Twelve
128
Thirteen
138
Fourteen
147
Fifteen
157
Sixteen
166
Seventeen
176
Eighteen
188
TwentySeven
287
TwentyEight
298
TwentyNine
308
Thirty
318
Authors Note
331
Acknowledgments
333
About the Author
334
Back Cover
335
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About the author (2012)

Author of fifteen novels, including the RITA Award winning paranormal, NELL, Jeanette Baker has been hailed by Publisher's Weekly as a forceful writer of character and conflict whose novels are "irresistible reading." Jeanette lives in California during the winter months where she teaches literature and writing, and in County Kerry, Ireland during the summer. She graduated from the University of California at Irvine and later earned her master's degree in education.

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