Graham (Sons of Sagamore)

He was a man to be reckoned with, and she was every bit up to the challenge.

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He was a man to be reckoned with, and she was every bit up to the challenge.

Book 2 in the Sons of Sagamore series is now available. Read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited!

Isabella Girard keeps careful watch over Charlotte Eden, the Countess of Sagamore’s chateau in Châlons, France. Loyal, trustworthy, and inseparable childhood friends, Isabella would do anything Charlotte. While she and her grandmother see to the chateau, Nolan LaBarge takes care of the winery. She has learned a lot in the three years Charlotte and her husband have moved to England, men are not to be trusted, especially English men.

Graham Eden, Charlotte’s widowed brother-in-law, has isolated himself in the Northumberland hills in England. Unlike his wealthy high-stakes deal-making brother who excels at sitting through negotiations at court or in dreary salons, Graham prefers seclusion and the challenges and accomplishments of physical work. His brother was his rock when his wife died. He would do anything for him.

When Isabella sends a letter to Charlotte telling her the winery is close to financial ruin and there is little money to run the chateau, the countess sends Graham to take control and straighten things out. Graham quickly finds that the person sabotaging the winery is close to Isabella.

He must prove to her that the man she trusts most has deceived and betrayed her and the man she trusts least, an Englishman loves her with all his heart.

Sons of Sagamore
Book 1 – Hugh
Book 2 – Graham
Book 3 – Donald

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Series: Pirates of Britannia, Book 2
Genre: Pirates
ASIN: B08CHH7GNR
ISBN: 9798669969486
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