The Jacaranda Tree

The Jacaranda Tree A sense of foreboding had gripped Arabella Darracott when she left England to join her guardian in Australia Years before a gypsy fortune teller had told her of a purple blossomed tree a far off sho

  • Title: The Jacaranda Tree
  • Author: Rebecca Brandewyne
  • ISBN: 9780446363518
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A sense of foreboding had gripped Arabella Darracott when she left England to join her guardian in Australia Years before, a gypsy fortune teller had told her of a purple blossomed tree, a far off shore, and a devil of a man who awaited her there Now, as she neared her destination, shipwreck and fate threw her into the arms of a rescuer, Demon Lucien Sinclair, the notoA sense of foreboding had gripped Arabella Darracott when she left England to join her guardian in Australia Years before, a gypsy fortune teller had told her of a purple blossomed tree, a far off shore, and a devil of a man who awaited her there Now, as she neared her destination, shipwreck and fate threw her into the arms of a rescuer, Demon Lucien Sinclair, the notorious ex convict who had become rich in the gold fields of New South Wales Lucien wild and wickedly handsome was the fallen archangel of her dreams But the crime in his past was linked to a dangerious secret And the passion awakened under the Jacaranda tree could cost Arabella her future, even her lifeor give her Lucien forever to cherish, forever to love.

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    • KC 2.0 says:

      This is my kind of Brandewyne: there's passion, a subplot that didn't overtake the romance, colorful prose minus the purple, well-researched historical details and last, but never least, a dreamy alpha hero who didn't ever waver from his devotion to the heroine (hell yeah!).Here are the five reasons why I love Lucien, and the main reason why this Victorian romance set in 1850s colonial Australia held my interest. *mild spoilers*Lucien is . . .1. Compassionate. Nursed Arabella back to health afte [...]

    • Jaclyn says:

      I know that The Jacaranda Tree is touted as a classic romance; however, this was way too dated for me. The romances of the 90s are strange and really not for me. Times have changed and I'm cool with purple prose not flowing on every page that I read.

    • Julie says:

      Exciting story, filled with adventure, danger, and passion. The setting is colonial Australia, and the author does a wonderful job describing and creating the atmosphere of the early years of Australia as a penal colony. The hero, Lucien Sinclair, has been sentenced and served a prison sentence of 14 years hard labor for a crime he didn't commit. He then strikes it rich in the gold fields during the early gold rush period. He also becomes a prominent leader of the "Emancipation" movement. During [...]

    • Kathryn says:

      This author is pretty much my favorite romance novelist, but I found myself a little disappointed with this book.While I was still able to enjoy it, I pretty much figured out the main "twist" if it can even be called that, I was pretty disappointed with the way she unveiled who the real killer was. Then again, since I pretty much knew from the get-go who it was going to be, I have a biased opinion.Anyway, despite the predictability, it's a sweet story of love.

    • Regan Walker says:

      4 and 1/2 Stars! Another Great Romance from Brandewyne and Another Great Escape, this time to 19th Century AustraliaBrandewyne serves up a suspenseful tale of 19th century Australia and a society that consisted of those trying to recreate London in the far continent, the Exclusivists, and those sent there against their will, primarily convicts, who struggled to survive, and once freed became the Emancipists, looking to better their lives. Set in the period 1855-1870, this is the story of Arabell [...]

    • Michelle Hanson says:

      Really good historical romance

    • Ladyvixen says:

      Belle histoire et héros insupportable lol

    • b.Reading says:

      I think this may have been the first romance novel I ever looked at. It was something my mom left lying around. Ha.

    • Janet Wozniak says:

      Gothic Romance.good leisure reading.

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