Book Review: “The Guardian Duke” by Jamie CarieJuly 6, 2012 at 4:22 pm | Posted in Books | 1 Comment
Tags: Book Review, Christian Fiction, Jamie Carie, Romance Fiction, Thriller
From the back cover: Someday I will meet you and see your face.
Gabriel, the Duke of St. Easton, is ordered by the King to take guardianship over Lady Alexandria Featherstone whose parents are presumed dead after failing to return from a high profile treasure hunt. But Alexandria ignores this royal reassignment, believing her parents are still alive and duly following clues that may lead to their whereabouts.
Gabriel, pressured by what are actually the King’s ulterior motives, pursues her across windswept England and the rolling green hills of Ireland but is always one step behind.
When they do meet, the search for earthly treasure will pale in comparison to what God has planned for both of them.
Do you remember the Sixties TV show, “The Fugitive”? What made that show exciting was the chase. Dr. Kimball was chasing the one-armed man who really killed his wife but Lt. Gerard was chasing Kimball to bring him back to jail. Lady Alexandria is chasing across the continent searching for her missing parents who are presumed dead. Gabriel, The Duke of the title, is chasing after her because he was appointed guardian of Lady Alexandria by the king. This is the stuff of high adventure. Do the two of them get together? Does Lady Alexandria find her parents? To find out you will have to read the story. All I can say without giving anything away is this is book one in a three book series. I liked this book and am looking forward to book two!
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