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Kidnapped: His Innocent Mistress (Harlequin Historical)

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    Nicola Cornick(Author)

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His innocent mistress...? Discovering that she is the true heiress to the castle of Glen Clair puts orphaned Catriona in terrible danger. Knocked unconscious, she wakes to find herself bound, on a ship, in a dark cellar! As she comes to, she realizes she's not alone - Neil Sinclair, Master of Ross and heir to the Earl of Strathconan has been kidnapped also! Neil and Catriona escape on to a desert island. Forced to stay together in a small hut on the island, they grow closer but the sexual tension between them is almost too much to bear! When they are finally rescued by a passing ship, Neil claims they are betrothed to save Catriona's reputation. But will a convenient marriage really be the end of Catriona's adventures?

"Once again Cornick delivers a delightful journey to Regency England." - Romantic Times" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Book details

  • PDF | 283 pages
  • Nicola Cornick(Author)
  • Harlequin (Mar. 2009)
  • English
  • 9
  • Romance

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  • By Crux Roesia on 14 June 2010

    This is the first Nicola Cornick novel I have read, and when I began it, I was slightly put off by the present-tense approach (a personal preference) which I wasn't expecting in an historical romance.However, I was soon glad I stuck with the story. This is a very clever romantic spin on the classic novel 'Kidnapped' by Robert Louis Stevenson (explained by the author in her 'Author's Note) and the writing style as well as the nicely paced content of the story keeps you turning pages.Before I knew it, I had come to the end of the tale! The adventures of the rural heroine and tough, charming hero, their shipwrecked interlude and its following effects all add up to a wonderful story of which the main thread is the building, believable romance. The co-stars in this story are just as well painted as the main protagonists, each playing their part in descriptive prose which is almost lyrical at times.It is a slightly different style of historical romance, admittedly, but totally engaging in its own unique way. Based on this fresh take on an old swashbuckling tale, I look forward to meeting some more of Cornick's characters...

  • By Tricky123 on 23 January 2017

    What a wonderful homage to R. L. Stevenson's 'Kidnapped'! Nicola Cornick has written a lovely story that I thoroughly enjoyed. Even though it is written in the first person she draws all the characters beautifully. Loved it!

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