Born in Savannah, Georgia of a French mother and Creole father, Beatrice Bechonne new from early childhood that she wanted to be a writer. Early heartbreak and love of adventure led her to romance writing, but because her father frowned on it, Beatrice renounced her natural tendencies and attempted to write "practical" books on ordinary topics. But things have a way of working out, and when her parents divorced, she learned it was because her father--a pragmatic, down-to-earth person--had fallen deeply in love with a nun from the local convent. Soon after, Sister Angelique left her nunnery and Jean-Paul Bechonne confessed to his wife, who let him go with the gracious sadness of one who believes that love will come again. Beatrice realized then that romance is essential, and her first book, "Impossible Desire" was born.
by Beatrice Bechonne
When her father dies, Marguerite Spencer is left orphaned and penniless; vulnerable to the vicious attentions of David Enderby. Cast into servitude by her vengeful kinswoman, her only hope is the bright, azure gaze of the handsome horseman, Robert Gillis. Set in the Scottish moors and Brighton, England, Impossible Desire is a Regency romance of danger, wit, adventure and charm.
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