The Sound of Snow
The Sound of Snow
Dell, Mass Market Paperback, 9780440223894, 384pp.
Publication Date: April 13, 1999
Her love reawakened his heart. His touch taught her the meaning of desire . . .
Sometimes what happens between a man and a woman can be miraculous.
Bestselling, award-winning author Katherine Kingsley casts her beguiling spell once again in this magical, unforgettable story of betrayal, seduction, and the redeeming power of love. . . .
The whisper of scandal . . .
After years of exile on the Continent, Joanna was returning to the aristocratic English society she left in disgrace. Nothing--not even the gossip mongers--could keep her from Wakefield Abbey, where she intended to rescue her cousin Lydia's beloved son from his own father, the man Joanna suspected of Lydia's untimely death. Cool, dashing, and devilishly handsome, Guy de Salis, Marquess of Greaves, seemed capable of anything--except giving and receiving love.
The song of love . . .
She bore a startling resemblance to his dead wife. Clearly, Joanna was a woman to beware. Reluctantly, Guy asked her to be his son's governess and was astonished when the troubled child bloomed under her care. Before he knew it, the beautiful, exasperating woman was upsetting his well-ordered life, challenging his well-guarded secrets, making him imagine what joy there could be in loving the right woman--if only he could express the silent passions that raged in his torn and broken heart.
Katherine Kingsley is the recipient of two Romantic Times Career Achievement Awards and four Reviewer's Choice Awards, including Best Regency Romance of the Year for A Natural Attachment, and Best Historical Romance of the Year for No Sweeter Heaven. She is also a two-time Romance Writers of America RITA finalist for No Sweeter Heaven and No Brighter Dream. Now that their son is grown, she and her British husband spend half the year in the Colorado mountains with their two Jack Russell terriers, one extremely large cat, and an Amazon parrot, and the rest of their time in Europe.
"Katherine Kingsley is a miracle worker, a writer who understands the map of the human heart."
"Ms. Kingsley is such a marvelous author that you can't help but laugh and cry with joy and love while reading."
--Bell, Book and Candle
"A writer of infinite grace and perception."