After more than 20 years in exile, Mallon de Wolfe - formidable, handsome, and with a shard of ice where his heart should be - is returning to Dartmoor. A place vast, barren, and perilous. A place where secrets refuse to remain buried.
Haunted by scandal and the shame of her bloodline, the newly widowed Countess Rosseline is determined to secure her status through marriage, even if it means resorting to deceit and entrapment.
Lord Wulverton has vowed to conquer the betrayals of his youth but the appearance of the mysterious countess threatens all he holds dear.
Can either escape the poisonous dominion of their past?
Master of the Moor is a gothic romance, drawing upon the dark legends of Devonshire which inspired Conan Doyle's "Hound of the Baskervilles".
An historical romance, inspired by the works of Daphne du Maurier and Victoria Holt, for listeners who enjoy tales of intrigue and suspense, and the promise of love's redeeming power.
Heat level: Passionate
A Great Story!
A steamy gothic romance that I thoroughly enjoyed. The suspenseful plot line kept me glued to the story, wanting to find out what would happen next. This story has a sexy main character along with a seemingly untrustworthy ladder-climbing female lead. Consequently, the uncertain romance between Lord Mallon and Genevieve is filled with pits that seem unsurmountable. There are also quite a few strange happenings that will keep you guessing as to exactly what the mystery of the moors could be. I received a free review copy of this book from the author and am voluntarily leaving a review.