You Can Bury The Past, But Can You Ever Forget It Hettie Redfern Has No Time For Men, For Anything But The Most Vital Of Needs She Has Learnt From Past Experience Her Career Is Rewarding, Horses Are Trustworthy, And Dogs Are Easier To Love.So When Alexander Melton Returns To Draymere Hall, Where Hettie Manages The Stables, She Quickly Concludes That Despite His Good Looks, His Arrogance Leaves A Lot To Be Desired Unfortunately, That Doesn T Stop Hettie From Desiring Him, And The Attraction Is A Powerful One.Proud, Judgemental, Damaged For Alexander Women Are A Convenient Pleasure To Be Used And Forgotten So Why Has He Let Hettie Redfern Get Under His Skin A Foolish Obsession, Given Her Reputation.A Clash Of Characters, A Physical Attraction Too Strong To Resist History Unravelling In A Perfect Storm Of Frustrated Passion.
Sam Russell lives, works and writes from the family farm in rural Essex and describes herself as a farmer by day and author by night.Proudly independent, she is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association and the Alliance of Independent Authors.Her passionate, contemporary romances are set in the countryside and she credits Jilly Cooper for inspiring her to write hunks, horses, hanky panky a
- 372 pages
- A Bed of Barley Straw
- Sam Russell
- 21 March 2018 Sam Russell