STORMY SURRENDER TO LOVEHe Swept Down From The North, Disguised As A Confederate Officer, Determined To Woo The Belle Of New Orleans, Analise Caldwell And Wrest From Her The Military Secrets Her Father Held Now, To Save A Life, The Raven Haired Analise Must Trade Her Innocence To This Union Spy And Major, The Iron Willed Mark Schaeffer, The Man Who Treats Her Like Pirate Booty And Possesses Her With A Jealous FuryTorn From Family And Friends, Burning ó read Þ Analise by Lisa Gregory ¹ With A Tenderness She Dare Not Speak, The Spirited Beauty Must Survive In A Battle Scarred World And Fight For The Tempestuous Love Of Her Captor For Analise Has Imprisoned The Wild Heart Of Her Yankee Foeand Although The City Of Spanish Moss And French Elegance Has Surrendered The War Of Flame Bright Passions Has Just Begun Warning spoilers ahoythe iron willed Mark Schaeffer, the man who treats her like pirate booty and possesses her with a jealous fury I should have heeded those words from the back jacket and put the book back on the shelf, but fool that I was Union officer Mark Shaeffer has been assigned the super secret mission of masquerading as a Confederate officer to get military secrets out of Analise Caldwell s father, and wooing the beauteous Analise is the perfect way to get his foot in the door They share a steamy kiss at the party where they meet, and hot sex and insta love after he s managed to steal the plans and location for the torpedoes her father s invented He gets away and the weapons are destroyed by the Yankees, and enter the first Big Misunderstanding How could he declare twu wuv and then do this FF to the Yankees occupying New Orleans and the Big
A heart warming and very emotional would if you haven t read I would highly recommend I loved the descriptions of New Orleans and the Southern life, but the rest didn t live up to the writing Oh well.
About The Author
Candace CampCandace Pauline Camp was born on May 23, 1949 in Amarillo, Texas, U.S.A. The youngest of three children born into a newspaper family her mother, Lula Mae Irons Camp, had been a reporter and her father, Grady Camp, was the business manager of the Amarillo, Texas, newspaper some of Candace s earliest memories are of making up stories which she played out on the floor of their den with whatever objects were handy She cannot remember a time when she was not interested in creating stories She began writing down her stories when she was about 10, and from then on writing was her favorite form of relaxation Explains Candace I was always very shy and did not talk much However, in written form, I could express all my thoughts and feelings Writing remained only a hobby, though, as Candace attended college at the University of Texas at Austin and West Texas State University, then became a secondary teacher in Eureka Springs, Arkansas She later moved to North Carolina, where she worked in the trust department of a bank It was there that she discovered the romance novel in modern form and started to write her first romance She also began law school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and while she was there, she finished her first novel, entitled Bonds of Love, that was published by Jove Publishing in 1978, under the pseudonym Lisa Gregory Candace credits the rigorous training of law school with teaching her the discipline necessary to finish a book She gave up the practice of law to devote her time to writing Two pseudonyms later