The Heart of a Hero

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Jove Books, 2013 - Fiction - 359 pages
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New York Times bestselling author Janet Chapman welcomes her fans back to Spellbound Falls, where no one is immune to the magical powers of love…

Originally from the ancient mythical island of Atlantis, Nicholas has spent the last year deep in the mountains of Maine, serving as Director of Security for the Nova Mare and Inglenook resorts. Fully embracing his life in the twenty-first century, he finds himself irresistibly drawn to a trouble-prone employee, and is determined to keep her safe.

The last thing Julia Campbell needs is a man with a hero complex, especially one as handsome and imposing as Nicholas. All she has to do is keep it together until her younger sister turns eighteen, and then she can focus on her own life. But strange things have been happening at the resort—and it’s Nicholas who keeps coming to her rescue. When Nicholas is suddenly the one in trouble, Julia realizes he’s not quite what he seems—and that she’ll do anything to help the man who’s stolen her heart…  

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User Review  - scoutmomskf - LibraryThing

Excellent book. I love Janet Chapman's books, her strong heroes and her spunk heroines. Nicholas and Julia are wonderful. Nicholas spent thirty years as bodyguard to Carolina Oceanus and now that she ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn772 - LibraryThing

I liked this paranormal story. I always enjoy when the hero pursues the heroine but I thought the heroine's initial insecurity was a little too much and the action was kind of slow until the end. Head of security Nicholas notices cabin maid Julia having family trouble and comes to her aid. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Janet Chapman is the author of twenty contemporary and paranormal romance novels, all set in the state of Maine, where she lives with her husband, surrounded by wildlife. Best known for her magical Highlander series (a family saga of twelfth-century warriors rebuilding their clans in modern-day Maine), Janet also has several contemporary series set on the coast and in the mountains. With more than three million books printed in six languages, her stories regularly appear on the New York Times and the USA Today bestseller lists.

When she’s not writing, Janet and her husband are camping, hunting, fishing, and generally rubbing elbows with nature.  

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