Fox River

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Harlequin, Nov 1, 2008 - Fiction - 400 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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This type of novel is definitely not my usual genre, but sometimes I'm pleasantly surprised. The wordcraft here is well-done but the plot is strictly soap opera, and much too predictable. There are a ... Read full review

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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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Emilie Richards’s many novels feature complex characterizations and in-depth explorations of social issues, a result of her training and experience as a family counselor, which contribute to her fascination with relationships of all kinds. Emilie, a mother of four, lives with her husband in northern Virginia, where she is currently working on her next novel for MIRA Books.

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