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Wildwood
by Katharine Kincaid View publisher's profile page

Overview


During the glory days of the British Raj, Englishwoman Emma Whitefield sets out to claim her inheritance—a plantation in the wilds of India. Only one man can help her search for her elusive dream: Alexander Kingston, a man as exotic and mysterious as India itself.


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Description


In the proper world of the Raj, any sort of liaison with a rogue of Mr. Kingston's reputation would be shocking and forbidden. Yet he is the only one who seems to know  the whereabouts of Emma's land.

Unbeknownst to Emma, her inheritance lies at the very heart of 'Sikander's' own hidden empire...and he will never allow this bold, heedless spinster to seize and destroy all that he holds most dear.

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About the author


KATHARINE KINCAID is the author of twenty-two historical romance novels and four novellas. Her historical romances have been translated into multiple languages and sold around the world, including such far-flung locations as Russia and China. A longtime Ohio resident, she now calls Hawaii home and enjoys spending time with children, grandchildren and her first great grandchild.

Horses have been a lifelong passion. Her first eBooks showcased her titles set around the history of different horse breeds. They are PAINTED HORSE, RIDE THE WIND, RACE THE DAWN, WINDSONG and MASTER OF HORSES. Katharine currently is owned and managed by a beautiful, much-spoiled Friesian horse who doesn't yet have his own book but is working on it.

For a change of pace, she has also published as eBooks two contemporary romance novellas meant to produce a few smiles (or belly laughs), especially if--like Katharine--you have earned a few gray hairs by this time in your life. Katharine welcomes readers both new and not so new who love adventure, history and equines mixed in with their happily ever afters.

Her titles without equines are now being released. WILDWOOD is the first among them. Watch for others coming soon. And if you are passionate about preserving our precious environmental heritage, such as coral reefs and marine life, check out her beautiful children's book, which was written under her own name, Pam Daoust: THE HONU WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, A Fable For Grownups And Children.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Historical

Language:English

Pages:414

eBook ISBN:9780988570344


Overview


During the glory days of the British Raj, Englishwoman Emma Whitefield sets out to claim her inheritance—a plantation in the wilds of India. Only one man can help her search for her elusive dream: Alexander Kingston, a man as exotic and mysterious as India itself.


Read more

Description


In the proper world of the Raj, any sort of liaison with a rogue of Mr. Kingston's reputation would be shocking and forbidden. Yet he is the only one who seems to know  the whereabouts of Emma's land.

Unbeknownst to Emma, her inheritance lies at the very heart of 'Sikander's' own hidden empire...and he will never allow this bold, heedless spinster to seize and destroy all that he holds most dear.

Read more

About the author


KATHARINE KINCAID is the author of twenty-two historical romance novels and four novellas. Her historical romances have been translated into multiple languages and sold around the world, including such far-flung locations as Russia and China. A longtime Ohio resident, she now calls Hawaii home and enjoys spending time with children, grandchildren and her first great grandchild.

Horses have been a lifelong passion. Her first eBooks showcased her titles set around the history of different horse breeds. They are PAINTED HORSE, RIDE THE WIND, RACE THE DAWN, WINDSONG and MASTER OF HORSES. Katharine currently is owned and managed by a beautiful, much-spoiled Friesian horse who doesn't yet have his own book but is working on it.

For a change of pace, she has also published as eBooks two contemporary romance novellas meant to produce a few smiles (or belly laughs), especially if--like Katharine--you have earned a few gray hairs by this time in your life. Katharine welcomes readers both new and not so new who love adventure, history and equines mixed in with their happily ever afters.

Her titles without equines are now being released. WILDWOOD is the first among them. Watch for others coming soon. And if you are passionate about preserving our precious environmental heritage, such as coral reefs and marine life, check out her beautiful children's book, which was written under her own name, Pam Daoust: THE HONU WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, A Fable For Grownups And Children.

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