The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
An English Lady and a handsome American Patriot in a battle for her heart – will she submit to the enemy?
She had never been kissed before, had never known the wonderful sensations of a man's lips and tongue tasting her own, of his hands clasping her body to press her more fully against his masculine form. It was extraordinarily delightful, but it was ever so wrong. Her hands flat on his chest, Clara tried to push him away. "Please, my lord, we are not engaged. This cannot be right."
Seduced Into Marriage
Lady Clara Hastings is forced to leave her beloved England by her wicked husband, the infamous British general Lord Jeremy Strathmore. They arrive upon the shores of the uncivilized American colonies amidst the outbreak of that young nation's struggle for independence.
Kidnapped And Held For Ransom
Among Strathmore's enemies is a man Clara secretly desires. As his captive, she learns of her husband's debauched pleasures and sadistic past, and discovers her own passions and sensual needs.
A Quest For Freedom
In the clutches of patriot fighters, Clara’s beliefs are challenged, her values are threatened, and she is caught up in a battle for her heart in the arms of a handsome American revolutionary.
Epic Passion During the American Revolution
The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale s a sweeping historical romance set in New York of 1777. This coming-of-age action romance follows a young woman’s adventure as she discovers new desires in rebel arms.
The General's Wife was a finalist for the Georgia Romance Writers' 2014 Maggie Award for Excellence.
Want more American Revolution romance?
“Winter Interlude: An American Revolutionary Novelette” appearing in Naughty Chances: Take A Chance on Romance is a prequel and interquel companion piece to The General’s Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale. “Winter Interlude” delves into the bisexual relationship between Patriots Captain Samuel Taylor and Lieutenant Patrick Hamilton. Much of the action of “Winter Interlude” takes place in the gap between Chapter Twenty-Three and Chapter Twenty-Four of The General's Wife.