Four Corners of Heaven Four Corners of Heaven
Book 4 - Harrow's Finest Five

Four Corners of Heaven

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Publisher Description

A shared passion could make real their dreams. But a terrible lie could destroy their love.


Harrison Stafford, the future Baron Chelton, must prove he’s found a medical miracle drug or his once-promising future is doomed. When a woman scientist offers hope of saving his life’s work, he vows to treat as he would any other laboratory partner. That would be so much easier if he didn’t find his brilliant new colleague so beguiling.


Miss Adelia Dawson has fought convention for years to become a doctor. Now her last hope of earning a spot in medical school is proving the import of Mr. Stafford’s discovery. She maintains a professional distance from her fellow researcher until she catches a glimpse of his passionate nature under his cool exterior.


The fervent meeting of their minds leads to a passionate bonding of their hearts. But when their research unravels and forces them onto opposite sides of a professional rift, they risk their place in history. Will they also lose a love for the ages?


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Read book 4 in the acclaimed Harrow's Finest Five Series, stand-alone novels with no cliffhangers that can be read in any order.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
March 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
308
Pages
PUBLISHER
Nyb Publishing
SELLER
Nancy Yeager
SIZE
4.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Suz Clark ,

Great romance

Four Corners of Heaven is book five in The Harrow’s Finest Five series by Nancy Yeager. I have been reading through this series and have enjoyed each book. Even though it can be read as a stand-alone, I recommend reading the series in order. I liked the hero Harrison Stafford. A scientist at heart and a future Baron by birth, Stafford struggles to find his place in the world. The heroine Adelia Dawson is a woman longing for the freedom to be recognized as a legitimate scientist in a world that only recognizes her future breeding abilities. I enjoyed how Yeager infused actual history into her story. She mentioned Sophia Jex-Blake, one of the famous Edinburgh Seven women who attended Edinburgh’s School of Medicine under great controversy and risk. I liked the relationship between Stafford and Adelia, but I feel that it was a bit rushed. “When he’d kissed her before, she’d rationalized every revelation of joy with her understanding of biology demanding its due. But this time it was different. She no longer understood or thought or knew anything. She was a ball of primal need. The molten center of the earth. The churning core of a star.” Yeager has some very steamy sex scenes that I thought were well written. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.

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