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Summer's Promise

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When handsome French trapper Daniel Ledet stepped out of the frontier forest, he reignited desires Caroline Fielding had banished eight years before. Yet she thought that no man could ever love her—not since her fall from grace.

Caroline was wrong. Daniel had never wanted anyone as much as he did this breathtakingly beautiful Englishwoman who had bravely settled in a danger
Paperback, 304 pages
Published February 22nd 1990 by Harlequin Historical
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Set in New England / Canada right around the outbreak of the French and Indian War, this was a detailed and pleasant read with a lot of action and a slower-burn love story. The heroine, Caroline, is a formely well-off Englishwoman who emigrated to Connecticut after she found herself on the wrong side of a scandal. The hero, Daniel, is a French trader/trapper who lives a solitary life in the woods and wants to keep things that way. When Caroline's family's homestead is raided by Algongquians, Car ...more
It had been 8 years since Sir Edmund Bredon had returned to the estate in England where Caroline and Hannah's father was the estate manager of Harrow Hall. Edmund had seduced Caroline and then tried to sell her off to Thomas McKenzie when news of his engagement was about to be announced. Caroline overheard the conversation and refused to marry. It was her sister, Hannah who was given to Thomas as wife and they all moved to America, north of Boston.
Caroline had thought her life was over and she
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