The Frenchman and the English Rose

In 1759 Catherine Bradshaw travels to New York to marry Jeremy Flint. Immediately after the ceremony, she is kidnapped by Rive St. Clair, a French Army captain who has sworn vengeance against Flint. En route to Quebec City, Catherine’s fear turns to passion, and finally to love. Will Rive’s enemies rob her of her brief and hard-won happiness? More

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Published by Camel Press
Words: 82,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781603816823
About Carolann Camillo

Even as a child Carolann Camillo was captivated by words. She would make up plays, collect the props, take all the parts and direct the action. She wrote poetry and, in high school, several cheers that were performed at basketball games. She acted in school plays and attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, appearing as an extra in films and in a couple of way off-off Broadway productions. Carolann has published one other novel, Southern Star. Eyewitness will also be published in 2012. A member of Romance Writers of America, she was a finalist in the Windy City Romance Writers Contest. She won the Foster City International Writers Contest in the children’s story division. Carolann was born in New York City and graduated from St. John’s University. She lives with her college professor husband twenty miles south of San Francisco. You can find Carolann on the Web at www.carolanncamillo.com.

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