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The Heart Remembers PDF/EPUB ß The Heart Epub /

The Heart Remembers ❮Reading❯ ➿ The Heart Remembers Author Barbara Hazard – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A breathtaking story with a radiant heroine and a captivating hero cast against a ravishing tropical island paradise and passion that is unparalleled Barbara Hazard is a marvelously adept writer who c A breathtaking story with a radiant heroine and a captivating hero cast against a ravishing tropical island paradise and passion that is unparalleled Barbara Hazard is a marvelously adept writer who captivates readers with the skill of a master storyteller Romantic Times.


About the Author: Barbara Hazard

Barbara Hazard was born raised and educated in New England She studied music in addition to her formal training in art and added the writing of Regencies to her many talents in Her other hobbies include listening to classical music reading uilting cross country skiing and paddle tennis Barbara currently lives in New Hampshire with her husband.



1 thoughts on “The Heart Remembers

  1. Wendy, Lady Evelyn Quince Wendy, Lady Evelyn Quince says:

    The Heart Remembers is the seuel to one of the poignant and beloved romance novels I’ve had the pleasure to read Call Back the Dream In it Camille Talbot a mere vicar’s daughter and Alexander Maxwell a Viscount and heir to an Earldom find love but are only reunited only after many years of separation and loss Because of Alexander’s father’s nefarious machinations Camille and Alexander married other people even though Camille was pregnant with their son Jack Though a tearjerker for certain CBtD ended happily as all romance novels shouldHowever happy endings aren’t perfect endings because the actions of years past can have lasting and damning effects Camille and Alexander from CBtD suffer for the cruel manipulations enacted upon them mainly those by Alexander’s father a bigoted earl whose evil deeds brought down his own destruction as well as hurting the generations after him Camille and Alexander age rapidly; they experience extreme hurt and do not see their son for years afterwards Jack is dealt the shocking blow that the man he thought his father was not The truth is that he’s his mother and stepfather’s love child Shocked by his “illegitimacy” the lies and the by the betrayal of the woman he loves Jack flees to Bermuda to search for forgiveness and acceptance Because of his past Jack feels unworthy of any woman's love but importantly he feels unworthy as a human uestioning his place in this world This is a story where the hero is the center of it and I would say one of the better ones that focuses primarily from the hero’s perspectiveHowever Bermudan colonist Kate is no Mary Sue She is young and impetuous and madly in love with Jack She is a strong character in her own right and a worthy mate for him Kate Hathaway falls for him immediately Jack on the other hand has no time for love and wants to make something of himself on his own He can run a plantation in Bermuda with no help from his noble relatives Kate is in pursuit and this is one of those books where the heroine heals the hero’s emotional wounds Kate is doggedly determined to learn about Jack and help him conuer his demons Although attracted to Kate Jake refuses her advances Nevertheless Kate is resolved to show Jack their love is possible But there is so much hurt for Jack to overcome and he is cruel to dreamy devoted Kate This is a strong wonderful love story on its own But it pales in comparison to its much emotionally draining predecessor 4 stars


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1 thoughts on “The Heart Remembers

  1. Wendy, Lady Evelyn Quince Wendy, Lady Evelyn Quince says:

    The Heart Remembers is the seuel to one of the poignant and beloved romance novels I’ve had the pleasure to read Call Back the Dream In it Camille Talbot a mere vicar’s daughter and Alexander Maxwell a Viscount and heir to an Earldom find love but are only reunited only after many years of separation and loss Because of Alexander’s father’s nefarious machinations Camille and Alexander married other people even though Camille was pregnant with their son Jack Though a tearjerker for certain CBtD ended happily as all romance novels shouldHowever happy endings aren’t perfect endings because the actions of years past can have lasting and damning effects Camille and Alexander from CBtD suffer for the cruel manipulations enacted upon them mainly those by Alexander’s father a bigoted earl whose evil deeds brought down his own destruction as well as hurting the generations after him Camille and Alexander age rapidly; they experience extreme hurt and do not see their son for years afterwards Jack is dealt the shocking blow that the man he thought his father was not The truth is that he’s his mother and stepfather’s love child Shocked by his “illegitimacy” the lies and the by the betrayal of the woman he loves Jack flees to Bermuda to search for forgiveness and acceptance Because of his past Jack feels unworthy of any woman's love but importantly he feels unworthy as a human uestioning his place in this world This is a story where the hero is the center of it and I would say one of the better ones that focuses primarily from the hero’s perspectiveHowever Bermudan colonist Kate is no Mary Sue She is young and impetuous and madly in love with Jack She is a strong character in her own right and a worthy mate for him Kate Hathaway falls for him immediately Jack on the other hand has no time for love and wants to make something of himself on his own He can run a plantation in Bermuda with no help from his noble relatives Kate is in pursuit and this is one of those books where the heroine heals the hero’s emotional wounds Kate is doggedly determined to learn about Jack and help him conuer his demons Although attracted to Kate Jake refuses her advances Nevertheless Kate is resolved to show Jack their love is possible But there is so much hurt for Jack to overcome and he is cruel to dreamy devoted Kate This is a strong wonderful love story on its own But it pales in comparison to its much emotionally draining predecessor 4 stars

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