138th out of 156 books — 111 voters
Devotion (Hawthorne #2)
From national bestselling author Katherine Sutcliffe comes an unforgettable story of forbidden love. Once the most eligible man in Northern England, Trey Hawthorne is a shadow of his former self after being wounded in battle--until a lovely nursemaid awakens his heart, his soul and his every desire.
Paperback, 376 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by Jove
(first published 1996)
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2 stars = "it was ok" and this book was just okay. Maria constantly locking the door and leaving Trey alone when he can't fend for himself - a little ridiculous because she's his companion and supposed to take care of him. And after 5-6 weeks, she's ready to go home to her father who beats her because he's not trying hard enough and has a bad attitude. And then the cliffhanger ending. I think I'm done with this author.
Katherine Sutcliffe was born an only child in East Texas. After working for a time at an oil company and as a headhunter for a computer personnel company, Sutcliffe decided in 1982 to quit her job and attempt to write a novel. Three years later she sold her first book, Desire and Surrender to Avon Books. She works eight hours a day, five to seven months a year. Sutcliffe also attempts to find a si...moreMore about Katherine Sutcliffe...