One Wild Dawn - Dayna Quince

One Wild Dawn

By Dayna Quince

  • Release Date - Published: 2018-11-20
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: Dayna Quince
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 440 Ratings)

One Wild Dawn Dayna Quince read online review & book description:

Will one wild dawn lead to true love or heartbreak?

The oldest of nine sisters, Miss Annette Marsden spends her life taking care of others and keeping her fathers modest estate from falling apart while longing for a romance she only dare to dream about.

The younger brother of the Duke of Selbourne, Lord Roderick Andrews finds himself tiring of the same old debauchery and longs for the one woman who does not swoon at his feet. 

One wild dawn, driven by a stolen kiss, Anne and Roderick are swept away by desire. Anne dares to hope her dream of love may come true, only to find that Roderick was so drunk that he doesn’t remember what happened! 

Can Roderick rekindle the passion they'd found and redeem himself to Anne or is their one chance at happiness gone with Roderick's memories?  

One Wild Dawn is the first book in Dayna’s new Regency Romance series, The Northumberland Nine. If you like redeemable rogues, strong heroines, and riveting romance, then you’ll love Dayna Quince’s new series.

Buy One Wild Dawn and discover this new series today!

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Posted Reviews

  • Fire your editor.

    By TheSassy1962
    She took the flowers. “Their lovely.” —-Are you freaking kidding me? That’s a third grader’s mistake. I am not even into the second chapter yet...finishing this is going to make my inner grammar Nazi roar with displeasure.
  • One wild Dawn

    By Eitel19
    This was a beautiful love story. I wish you put epilogue in your stories, I am on a fixed income and may not be able to buy all of the books.
  • ooof

    By scaryscarroll
    the grammar in this makes me want to cry
  • one wild dawn

    By Chaucerette
    Really? $3.,00/chapter? It’s ok but what a way to make a living. I’ll take a bye on the rest og these.
  • A good story that needs some proofreading

    By kathyokey
    The story suffered from a number of grammatical errors. If they could be fixed, I would add a star to the review.
  • Is he worthy?

    By LisanneH
    Roderick is first the dukes younger son. His father disapproved of his interest in Annette “Anne” as a young man and nothing came of it. Now, eight years later, he’s the current duke’s younger brother. He’s been smitten with her, but has never done anything about it recently, until he finally asks Anne for a waltz. Too bad he gets sauced. Anne is the oldest of nine (!) daughters of landed gentry. She almost fell for Roderick when she was a teenager, but now views him as a spoiled lord. What happens when he can’t remember certain things? Can he prove himself to Anne, make her see that he’s worthy of her? I loved Anne, she’s smart, sensible and feisty. Recommend. Purchased
  • Loved this Story!

    By lfdykes
    Step into Regency England and enjoy a story that features a couple trying to find their way to be together. Growing up as neighbors, Annette and Roderick had known each other a long time. But he went off the school and she really had not seen him much until her approached her at the ball. You see he just wanted to be close to her and claim her for a waltz. She could not believe he approached her and was excited! Thus the story begins with each anticipating dancing with the other. But Roderick had a problem when he becomes inebriated to help him with his courage to dance with her and one thing leads to another. I felt so many emotions coming out of these two. The author brought them to life in her descriptions with their thoughts and actions and I felt totally drawn into their life. They seemed fated for each other but the journey there seemed challenging as they tried to express those feelings. My heart was engaged from the first page and I could only hope they would find their happy ending. I highly recommend this book and cannot wait for the rest of this series!

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