Never Again

Never Again

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Award-winning author Jo-Ann Power brought the Gilded Age to splendid life in Never Before, the first novel in a wonderful trilogy featuring young American heiresses who grace Victorian Europe with their spirited, refreshing style. Now this gifted storyteller returns to the exquisite age of manners in a delightfullly lavish tale of these bold and enchanting young ladies...the American Beauties.
NEVER AGAIN
As a beautiful American debutante, Raine Montand has charmed all of London. But in secret, she plays another role -- that of Raynard the Fox, whose scorching political cartoons can make or break a career. Raine is devastated when one of her drawings is responsible for making Parliament member Gavin Sutherland a murder suspect. Vowing to make amends, she poses as a widow and seeks a job as Gavin's secretary, in an attempt to discover the truth that will save him.
Alone and embittered, deserted by family, friends, and fianceáe, Gavin is forced to resign from Parliament. His only supporter is the lovely but mysterious young lady in his employ, whose assistance could be invalauable in clearing his name. Gavin senses the risk of trusting one about whom he knows so little. But as their investigation continues, both Gavin and Raine realize the greatest risk of all is love -- and the grandest reward.
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  • Gallery Books | 
  • 336 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781416577058 | 
  • September 2007
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Chapter One
"Justice delayed is justice denied."
-WILLIAM GLADSTONE
May 1877
Chipswell-by-the-Sea
Norfolk England


Gavin rose from his desk at the first rumble of the lorry up the cove road.
His housekeeper had told him two days ago that she'd learned in the village a widow had rented the cottage that stood in his line of vision toward the sea. His first reaction had been, how dare this stranger intrude upon my solitude. His next had been, who dares to break my exile?
He stuffed his hands into his trouser pockets and glared out his bay window across the cove as Chipswell's lorry driver pulled up... see more

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