In 17th-century New England, Rosalind Chandler’s complete lack of interest in ever becoming a bride is a constant source of speculation and gossip in town.
Then a twist of fate delivers two men – enemies of each other – into her life on the same day. Although both men initially intrigue her, one soon turns her blood cold, while the other heats it to a degree she is unable to comprehend…or deny. Soon, her resolve never to wed begins to crumble.
The problem is, the proposal of marriage comes from the wrong man…and he refuses to be denied.
(This is the first book in the Corwin-Chandler trilogy. It is considered a stand-alone, however).
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About the Author
Since childhood, Arianna Eastland has had an interest in the Native American culture in New England, where she currently resides, so it came as no surprise when her first historical romance, "Too Far to Whisper,” featured a Native American as one of the main characters.
Years of research went into the writing of the novel. What took the longest, according to the author, was looking up word origins so the characters in the 17th century would not be using any modern-day terms. She did, however, confess to taking a bit of creative liberty and eliminating the "thees" and "thous" spoken in that era because she felt they might be too distracting.
Recently, through a DNA test, the author discovered she actually is part Abenaki, which she hadn't expected. "That explains a lot!" she said.
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