A Hidden Ruby by Dawn Brower

A duke uses his roguish charm to woo and win, a second time, the woman he loves—the wife he’d believed dead.

A hidden ruby

Noah St John, the Duke of Huntly, lost his parents when he was a young boy and grew up with solicitors as guardians. When he met Rubina Leone he fell instantly in love with her. For the first time in his life he believed that he could be happy. Until fate stepped in the way and tore his heart to shreds—in a fit of anger Rubina left him. The ship she sailed on found its way to a watery grave. After years of mourning her loss he decides to marry again. Only this time he wouldn’t engage his heart. He no longer had one.

Rubina Leone St John, the Duchess of Huntly had always intended to return to Noah. Before she had the chance to board a ship a deranged former suitor kidnapped her. When she at last escapes she has one thought. Return to England and to the only man she ever loved. 

Rubina races home to stop her husband’s wedding, but will she be able to bring Noah’s heart around or will she be too late to rekindle their love?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Historical

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Regency

Language: English

Keywords: England, Victorian

Word Count: 45000

Sales info:

My Marsden series sells fairly well


Sample text:

“I no longer wish to live… Without my love, I have nothing.”

Rubina Leone St. John, the Duchess of Huntly meant those words. Without Noah… Her head fell forward hitting the palm of her hands. Tears streamed down her face. How could she go on without the only man she’d ever loved? If Paolo Fonte, Duca d’Sordillo, told the truth, her husband was dead.

“Don’t be dramatic, Rubina.” He held his hand over his heart. “On my honor, I will always take care of you.”


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Adele Contenti
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Wélida Cristina de Souza Muniz
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by ANGELICA DE SANCHEZ

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