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Willing to remain with him until she recovers, Lierin soon finds generous comfort in Ashton's care. Though her memories remain elusive, she and Ashton forge a relationship of deep passion and love. Then Malcolm Sinclair arrives and claims that Lierin is actually his wife Lenore, Lierin's twin sister. Lierin must admit that she has memories of Malcolm, though Ashton vows to never lose her again. Tensions flare between the men, and the growing danger seems frighteningly familiar to her. Will Lierin and Ashton be able to uncover the secrets of the past in time to secure a future together?
First published in 1983, Come Love a Stranger has remained a favorite among Woodiwiss fans for good reasons. Set in the South in the 1830s and dappled with well-formed characters, this book is fresh and entertaining on every page. Touches such as a burning madhouse, a melodramatic ex-girlfriend, and a deliciously malevolent villain make for a great read. --Nancy R.E. O'Brien --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I just finished this book. When it comes to romance novels KEW is the best. I read many of her novels and this one is a good example of her writing style. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Susan M. Peters
Wonderful writer. Great book as all her books are. You do not want to put it down.Published 28 days ago by Jeralyn Chastain
Never disappoints. I have loved all of her novels and this one is no exception, I will likely re-read most of them again.Published 1 month ago by Cheryl Dunworth
Kept my interest from begining to end, was always trying to guess how it was going to end.Published 2 months ago by judith a moulton
In my younger days I had purchased and read a few of Ms Woodiwiss's books. When I recently checked to see what other books she had written, I just had to order them in hardcover... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Arlene
This is an old friend that I wanted to revisit.I enjoyed it just as much as the first time I read itPublished 5 months ago by marylou
i love this writer i have most in hard cover and have reread all at least twice started reading in 1979Published 6 months ago by Pamela Massey
Always suffering always some romance and a tentative happy ending. Never sure what her characters will go through to find a little bit of love.Published 8 months ago by Marita Brereton