Caprice

Caprice The treacherous windswept moors echoed with her silvery laughterFrom the moment she arrived in Yorkshire Carla McAllister knew nothing would be the same After her archaeologist father s death she h

  • Title: Caprice
  • Author: Sara Hylton
  • ISBN: 9780091419707
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The treacherous, windswept moors echoed with her silvery laughterFrom the moment she arrived in Yorkshire, Carla McAllister knew nothing would be the same After her archaeologist father s death, she had returned from Egypt content to take a paid position as companion at Milverton Hall the great house that had brightened her childhood and eager to serve Caprice, tThe treacherous, windswept moors echoed with her silvery laughterFrom the moment she arrived in Yorkshire, Carla McAllister knew nothing would be the same After her archaeologist father s death, she had returned from Egypt content to take a paid position as companion at Milverton Hall the great house that had brightened her childhood and eager to serve Caprice, the radiant, raven hared beauty who had once ridden so gaily at Thorn Lytton s side But Caprice was gone, vanished And the woman Thorn had married instead, the frail, beautiful Elsa, was hovering on the edge of madness What dark tragedy had befallen this once happy place Only Thorn seemed to know, and he was locked in a bitterness that Carla longed to pierce for her girlish infatuation had become the deeper passion of a woman And in some eerie way, she sensed that Caprice was guiding her, for in this mystery shrouded house, Caprice seemed to live onwilling Carla to unravel the secrets and find the happiness she herself had lost.

    One thought on “Caprice”

    1. CAPRICE is another of the gothic-rom paperbacks I collected around 2004. Sometimes one postpones a book because they're sure it'll be a delectable snackbut nope. The bread is stale, the bologna is greasy, & the cheese has dried edges. (We've all been there. Admit it. :P)So let's talk about why this book was disappointing.1) (Heroine) Carla's obsession with (villain) Caprice. Wow, that was annoying. She was dumb to miss the hints that Caprice is dead, but worse was her constant waxing over Ca [...]

    2. This was a very good book. It is a love story and mystery set at the turn of the century in Egypt and Yorkshire. Right after the death of her father, Carla McAlister goes to England to be the companion to a mentally ill thirty year old. I enjoyed this book and may want to read this author again.

    3. this book is one the favorites, like it history love behind mistery. I always read and never tire. I recommend it warmly.

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