A Daring Return

A Daring Return Eight years ago Gavin Parringer left London after the woman he loved Diana Dymoke rejected him and married someone else Suffering from amnesia he has returned to England unable to recall anything

  • Title: A Daring Return
  • Author: Kathleen Fuller
  • ISBN: 9780803499676
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eight years ago, Gavin Parringer left London after the woman he loved, Diana Dymoke, rejected him and married someone else Suffering from amnesia, he has returned to England, unable to recall anything of his former life He doesn t even recognize Diana, who is now a widow with regrets Despite everything that has come between them in the past, Gavin finds himself fallingEight years ago, Gavin Parringer left London after the woman he loved, Diana Dymoke, rejected him and married someone else Suffering from amnesia, he has returned to England, unable to recall anything of his former life He doesn t even recognize Diana, who is now a widow with regrets Despite everything that has come between them in the past, Gavin finds himself falling in love with Diana for a second time Diana also has feelings for Gavin, but she is afraid that if he remembers how harshly she treated him before he left London, he will have nothing to do with her Thus, she keeps the truth of their prior relationship a secret Yet when Diana s life is threatened and Gavin s memory returns, they both have to face the ghosts of their pasts in order to embrace a future together.

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      Published :2019-01-05T17:13:45+00:00

    About "Kathleen Fuller"

    1. Kathleen Fuller

      Best selling author of Amish fiction Also a wife, mother, crafter, coffee addict, football fan, and chocolate aficionado.

    688 thoughts on “A Daring Return”

    1. Great completionI really liked how the booked finished up the Regency collection. I didn't care for Dinah in the first one but love her humility and openness in this one. A must read


    2. This is the last in the trilogy and it was nice to see everything wrapped up. Each book followed two different characters as they found each other and fell in love. Diana and Gavin have been present in past books and it was interesting to finally get to their story. Diana hasn’t been a favorite of mine, for some reason I just didn’t relate to her. She does grow and has changed quite a bit by time her story starts. I was expecting a little more mystery, but there really wasn’t any mystery a [...]


    3. When I started this book I thought it said that it was set in about 1820 - do correct me if I am wrong. Therefore I was really surprised to see the words 'mate' and 'bloke' being used, along with the phrase 'Come again?'.Apart from that, it was a good read. I still prefer Kathleen Fuller's Amish fiction though.


    4. I liked the setting in England before the turn of the century. It was interesting to deal with the effects of amnesia and with the manners and customs of the times in addition to the romance on several levels.



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