Forever Wife

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A young woman fights to protect a small New Hampshire mountain lake from being developed into a casino resort, unknowing that her lover is the major investor in the casino.

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What does a down and out horse trainer whose family fortunes have hit the skids do when an injury that is likely to become permanent takes her away from her beloved horses? She finds herself a cause. And Elizabeth Shelburne thinks she has a great one in trying to prevent urban blight from hitting the small lake community town in which she grew up.

Her nemesis in this fight is none other than super wealthy businessman Vidar Gulbrandt, with whom she has a long history. Despite the fact he’s always wanted her, he has also always thought she was rather spoiled and he’s not about to let her ruin his deal with her shenanigans while he attempts to court her in his strictly dominant fashion.

Vidar uses more than his hand to get a hold of his lady. But the secret that Vidar is hiding from Liz is something she could never have imagined in a thousand years, something that will change her life and make her his forever wife.

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“Thanks for the lift,” Liz said wearily.? She tucked a strand of honey-colored hair behind her ear and offered what she hoped was a grateful smile.? It came out more of a grimace as pain lanced up her spine.? The two-hour ride through the rugged White Mountains of New Hampshire had been absolute torture, a result of the accident that had almost paralyzed her.?

“You sure there isn’t someone I can call for you, girly?” the aging truck driver inquired.? “It don’t feel right dropping you off here in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of the night.”

She shook her head firmly, forcing her lips to part in a broader, more confident smile.? “This is my home.? I’ll be fine.”

He hesitated, doubt written in the deep lines that creased his face.? With a nod, he shifted gears and pulled off the gravel shoulder.? He waved once, then disappeared around a bend within moments.? As the red glow of his taillights become nothing more than a memory, Liz dropped her bag and her smile simultaneously.? She put her hands on her hips, reaching around behind to try to rub at the ache.? She leaned forward slowly, then from side to side.? Nothing helped.? With a deep sigh, she dug out the prescription pain relievers and popped one into her mouth, washing it down with the last swallow of lukewarm water the trucker had bought her at the last gas station.?

Nothing was quite as dark as New Hampshire after sundown.? The rugged peaks cast the land in shadow, the altitude mixed with warm air currents producing frequent heavy fog to block what little light the moon and stars might have offered, and the lack of street lights or yard lights further gave the impression of being lost in the middle of nowhere.? It might have frightened a lesser spirit, but Liz drew comfort from the shroud of darkness.?

It hadn’t quite been a lie when she’d told the trucker that this was home.? Although her parents had owned a brownstone in Boston, they also had a log cabin on Lake Scrimshaw nestled deep in the Four-Thousand Footers not far from where she’d had the trucker drop her off.? All her fondest memories were tied up in the log dwelling that was more mansion than cabin.? Every Christmas had been celebrated there, as well as birthdays, anniversaries, summer vacations and any weekend that her dad could pull himself away from work.? She winced when she thought of all the times she’d begged him to go to the cabin.? Being an only child born to elderly parents, she had been a bit indulged and they never could say “no” to her.? It wasn’t until both parents had passed away that she realized all that indulgence came with a heavy price tag.? Her father’s business went bankrupt, leaving her not only orphaned, but penniless.

She blinked away the vestiges of tears and sniffed. At twenty-nine, she wasn’t exactly helpless.? Shouldering her backpack, she straightened her spine and lifted her chin.? She was a Shelburne!? She would not only endure her present adversity, but she would arise from the ashes of her fallen dreams to become stronger.?? Whistling tunelessly, she struck off for the old cemetery that marked the entrance to Scrimshaw Drive? almost home!

The gravel driveway wound through the woods for about ten miles, with dozens of forks and off-chutes leading to various cabins and summer homes.? Some had frontage on the pristine lake, but most had to use the public access beach at the very end of the long drive.? Her daddy’s cabin was one of the noble few. Skipping the first three forks, she took the fourth to the right, then straight past Nilsson’s and Thompson’s camps, down a steep, deeply rutted slope and over the rugged footbridge she had built from birch poles when she’d been an energetic and enterprising twelve-year-old.? Surprisingly, it hadn’t rotted out yet.?

A lump the size of a grapefruit felt stuck in her throat.? How she missed this place!? She’d wanted so desperately to come here after her parents’ passing, but it had been sold ? a fact she hadn’t been aware of until the reading of the will.? Then she had learned the sad truth that Daddy had sold it years before, but with the understanding that he and his wife would live there, rent-free, for the rest of their lives. She used to wonder why anyone would buy a cabin they couldn’t use, until she’d learned about the big plans the unnamed jerk had for the acreage that came with the cabin.? Plans had been made to strip away the ancient pines and erect a swanky casino that would destroy the fragile ecosystem of Scrimshaw Lake.

Over her dead body!

And that was part of the reason why she had returned.? Besides the fact she was homeless and had nowhere else to go.?

She stood before the wide glassed entry of Camp Birches, the name her mom had given their summer home in honor of Bobby Frost’s poem about the state tree of New Hampshire.? It looked tired? as houses did when all their children had fled.? No warm lights brightened the windows.? No bouquets of lilacs and apple blossoms freshened the musty air from having been all closed up for the winter.? It felt sad, and yet Liz grinned broadly for perhaps the first time in many months.? No one was living here still!

She tugged the loose stone from the porch foundation and dug out the spare key.? Yep ? still there!? No doubt the new owner wasn’t even aware of its existence.? Unless? unless he had the locks changed!? Panic set in.? Liz scrambled up the three steps of the porch and jammed the rusty key into the latch.? It didn’t fit!? In her haste, she dropped it, but when she bent over to pick it up, her back spasmed.? She couldn’t stop the painful cry, but sank to her knees anyway and groped in the dark for the missing key.? It didn’t take long to find it.? She rose cautiously and tried it in the lock again, turning it the other way.?

It slid into the keyhole like it was just as glad to be back home as she was.? It turned easily, and the simple door latch opened.? No need for dead bolts or high-tech security systems here!? Scrimshaw Lake was one of the few natural resources left in the area that hadn’t been spoiled by tourism, agriculture, or logging.? Liz held her breath as she crossed the threshold.?

And then it happened.? She got that all-over tingly feeling, like the magic of childhood that she always used to get whenever she came here.? She felt it still, that special feeling of being completely and totally alive, free, unburdened by the pressures of the outside world.? Tears coursed down her cheeks ? tears of joy.? She dropped her backpack again, dropped the keys, dropped the empty plastic water bottle, and knelt on the smooth floor of polished pine.? Cautious of her injury, she bent down and kissed the floor of her old home as one would greet a long-lost friend.?

“I’m back,” she breathed.? “I don’t know how long I can stay, but I’m back!”

Overcome with childish enthusiasm, she quickly rose and dashed through the cabin, revisiting every room, every closet and cupboard, taking stock of what had changed and what had stayed the same, as she snapped on every light she could find.? Luckily, the ignorant new owner hadn’t turned the utilities off for the winter, although the thick layer of dust told her that he hadn’t been there in some time.?

The living room was almost exactly the same! Same thick white carpet that was so soft, it practically swallowed up her feet clear to the ankles.? Her daddy had complained profusely about putting a white carpet in a cabin, but her mom had very particular tastes when it came to decorating.? The carpet had been installed when Liz was old enough to stop drinking from a sippy-cup, and from then on she and her daddy had been forbidden to wear their shoes when they came inside.?

Liz quickly kicked hers off, then scrambled over the carpet, dragging her feet and making shadows in the super-soft resilient fibers, just as she had done as a little girl.? The couches were the same ? rugged pine construction with a green woodsy print fabric.? The coffee table was a couple of bear cubs in various poses, a sheet of thick glass resting on their backs and paws.? Dad’s favorite recliner was gone, though.? Liz blinked quickly, refusing to let tears of grief fall for the dilapidated antique Lazy-boy that had outlived its usefulness before she’d even been a twinkle in her mama’s eye.?

A white sheet was draped over the piano on the inside wall.? Liz carefully removed the sheet, wrapping it in on itself to trap the dust.? The old player piano smiled back at her, glad to be freed from its ghostly covering.? Above the antique hung a massive life-size three-quarter portrait of her parents on their wedding day.? How young they looked!? And how happy!?

She turned away, not yet ready to face her grief head on.? Instead she resumed her inspection of Camp Birches.?

The kitchen looked about the same, although the avocado appliances had been replaced with stainless steel counterparts.? ??Liz tugged another sheet from the kitchen table and again from the massive table in the dining room.? She set the wadded up sheets on the dining table.? There’d be time to wash them later.?

Her parents’ bedroom would be on the ground floor, but Liz couldn’t make herself go in there.? Not yet, even though it would be better for her not to be climbing all those stairs.? Instead, she marched straight to the wide, carpeted stairway.? Upstairs were two guest bedrooms, one of which had been a playroom when she was a child, a bathroom, and her old bedroom.? She was stunned to see that her room had not changed a bit!? The new owner had done nothing to it!? He had not even painted it, although she’d been a bit of a princess when she’d lived here.? The walls were Pepto-Bismol pink with apple green trim.? The bedspread was in matching colors with ruffles, lace and polka dots.? Half a dozen stuffed animals kept watch from a mountain of pillows on her bed.? The white bookshelves were filled with every horse novel ever written for little girls.? Black Beauty, My Friend Flicka, the Thoroughbred series, the Saddle Club series, the Island Stallion, the Phantom Stallion, The Black Stallion, War Horse, Secretariat, and more.? She had read them all, many of them more than once.? Their spines were bent and broken, the corners of pages dog-eared, and some covers were sticky from pine sap from being dragged up into her tree house, or sticky with coke spills or even bubble bath.? Her books had been well loved, if not well cared for.? She ran a finger down the dusty spines now, thinking of her own damaged spine and how she could never ride again.

She shook herself, forcing away the dark thoughts.? She owed the evil new owner of her summer home a special thanks for preserving her old bedroom.? It was familiar, packed with a childhood of the happiest memories.? It would help her now as she strived to heal both body and soul.? Suddenly overcome with exhaustion, Liz eased herself in between the precious stuffed toys, letting them surround and cover her as she snuggled down into the fluffy ruffly pink and green full-size bed that had once belonged to the happiest, most loved little girl in all New England.

* * * * *

Vidar Gulbrandt tossed the letter aside and slammed a fist down on the polished mahogany desk in his corner office.? Another local had turned down his generous offer to buy out their share of Scrimshaw Lakefront property.? He had offered the guy nearly double the property’s current value!? What more could he want?? With the money he would have made on the sale, he could retire some place nice and warm ? Florida, or Texas, if he didn’t care for humidity.? Vidar remembered Edgar Holcombe, although not clearly.? An aging widower in poor health and poorer financial straights, he lived alone in the rundown cabin at the lower-rent end of the lake.? Edgar used to complain every winter about how the cold made his joints ache, and if he ever won the lottery he would buy him a one-way ticket south.? So here was his chance!? Why didn’t he take it?

Vidar crossed the room to gaze at the architect’s drawing of the casino resort he hoped to build.? The foundation would be laid with local granite, just the way houses had been constructed in the past, although currently cement was generally used as it was more cost-effective.? Then thick white pine logs were notched and laid in traditional fashion to try to blend in with the environment, rather than appear like a blister on the heel of the flagging economy.?

He loved New Hampshire, especially the Scrimshaw Lake area.? All his fondest memories were there ? which was precisely why he had to do this.? He just couldn’t bear to return, knowing that the three people he cared about most in the world were dead to him.? Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne had been the kindest, most loving mortals he had ever known.? They’d welcomed him into their hearts and home and treated him more like a favorite son rather than the pariah he was.?

And how he’d loved the daughter that came to them late in life!? He had been named her godfather, and proudly held the precious infant during the religious ceremony, which was definitely one of the high points in his long life and one he had never thought to experience.? They named her Elizabeth Dagmar Shelburne. Elizabeth, after the maternal grandmother, and Dagmar for his own beloved mother who had passed from this earth so long ago that he could barely recall her countenance.? It was a lovely name, a beautiful name? and then in true mortal fashion, they had ruined it by calling that precious child “Liz”!

Not him.? He had always called her “Beth”.?

Vidar clenched and unclenched his fists, giving himself a good shake.? That road was closed to him now, there was no point in revisiting what could never be.? He would go visit old Mr. Edgar Holcombe in person and find out what it would take to buy him out.? Hopefully, when Camp Birches was bulldozed and six feet under the new casino, he would be purged of the painful memories.?

“Karen,” he called, pressing the button for his secretary’s desk.

“Yes, Mr. Gulbrandt?”

“Schedule a flight to Portsmouth for me this weekend.? I’d like to leave after my last meeting on Friday.”

“England, sir?”

“No!”? He rubbed the back of his neck and he forced himself to calm down.? “No, Karen,” he said again, more politely this time.? “New Hampshire.”

“And when would you like to return,” she asked feebly, perhaps wary of incurring his wrath yet again.? She was not incompetent.? He was just out of control where this casino was concerned.? He needed a vacation.? And he would take one, just as soon as the deal went through.

38 reviews for Forever Wife

  1. SH (verified owner)

    It has been a while since there has been a new book by CF but it was so worth the wait and I have missed her books!! What a fantastic story with a great plot and wonderful characters! Vidar is a swoon worthy dominant man with a secret that is so cool, I don\\\’t want to spoil it for you, and Liz is definitely a woman who needs just what he has to offer. Loved it!!

  2. SH (verified owner)

    It has been a while since there has been a new book by CF but it was so worth the wait and I have missed her books!! What a fantastic story with a great plot and wonderful characters! Vidar is a swoon worthy dominant man with a secret that is so cool, I don’t want to spoil it for you, and Liz is definitely a woman who needs just what he has to offer. Loved it!!

  3. anon

    Two strong characters come together in this story. Both know what they want and are willing to fight for it. Vidar rules with an iron fist, allowing no wiggle room. Liz becomes stronger and flourishes under his regime. I had a hard time with the big secret, but all\\\’s fair in this love. Good read.

  4. anon

    Two strong characters come together in this story. Both know what they want and are willing to fight for it. Vidar rules with an iron fist, allowing no wiggle room. Liz becomes stronger and flourishes under his regime. I had a hard time with the big secret, but all’s fair in this love. Good read.

  5. Mark (verified owner)

    Interesting plot with two great characters. The spankings are good, the sex even better! All in a romantic context, although Vidar can be overly dominerring. Very interesting plot twist at the end.

  6. Mark (verified owner)

    Interesting plot with two great characters. The spankings are good, the sex even better! All in a romantic context, although Vidar can be overly dominerring. Very interesting plot twist at the end.

  7. Jaycee

    I\\\’m afraid this was not one of my favorite Faulkner books. I do like her DD themes more than her others, but this one was very slow to begin with. Neither main character uncovered any secrets until well past half of the book – there was too much dancing around issues. The characters were, as always, well written and the setting beautiful. There were several inconsistencies though that bothered me. First of all, if Vidar had special abilities, how come he couldn\\\’t sense Liz\\\’s injury? Secondly, I couldn\\\’t understand how a bumpy truck ride and an exuberant hug from her friend could hurt Liz\\\’s back, yet having sex outdoors on the hard ground, and being on top, didn\\\’t. Finally, Vidar, who could be very loving at times, was just too controlling once they became a couple. He punished her very harshly for not coming to him when she was in financial need – before they developed a relationship and when she thought he was well out of the picture. Yet he did something hurtful to her, but he excused because it happened before their relationship. Didn\\\’t seem very fair to me and again, inconsistent. But the twist at the end was interesting and I really liked how he decided that it was better to have Liz as an ally, instead of an enemy!

  8. Jaycee

    I’m afraid this was not one of my favorite Faulkner books. I do like her DD themes more than her others, but this one was very slow to begin with. Neither main character uncovered any secrets until well past half of the book – there was too much dancing around issues. The characters were, as always, well written and the setting beautiful. There were several inconsistencies though that bothered me. First of all, if Vidar had special abilities, how come he couldn’t sense Liz’s injury? Secondly, I couldn’t understand how a bumpy truck ride and an exuberant hug from her friend could hurt Liz’s back, yet having sex outdoors on the hard ground, and being on top, didn’t. Finally, Vidar, who could be very loving at times, was just too controlling once they became a couple. He punished her very harshly for not coming to him when she was in financial need – before they developed a relationship and when she thought he was well out of the picture. Yet he did something hurtful to her, but he excused because it happened before their relationship. Didn’t seem very fair to me and again, inconsistent. But the twist at the end was interesting and I really liked how he decided that it was better to have Liz as an ally, instead of an enemy!

  9. Kathy (verified owner)

    I liked this book. I related to Liz trying to be proud and not let anyone know her circumstances, and I liked the secret that Vidar hid. I thought the chemistry was good between them throughout the story

  10. Kathy (verified owner)

    I liked this book. I related to Liz trying to be proud and not let anyone know her circumstances, and I liked the secret that Vidar hid. I thought the chemistry was good between them throughout the story

  11. Laurel (verified owner)

    Another winner from Carolyn Faulkner. Beth meets her godfather after many years. She had a crush on him and he loves her. He is wondering if his big secret will turn her away.

  12. Laurel (verified owner)

    Another winner from Carolyn Faulkner. Beth meets her godfather after many years. She had a crush on him and he loves her. He is wondering if his big secret will turn her away.

  13. WH (verified owner)

    First, I have to say that I am a big CF fan. However, this is not one of my favorites of hers. I usually love her DD stories, especially her \\\’Priceless Love\\\’ series, but this one just didn\\\’t do it for me. I think it was just too unrealistic and I just couldn\\\’t connect with the main characters. Vidar was strict and consistent in his dominance which is how I like the male characters to be. He just didn\\\’t come across as someone I wanted to know well and fall in love with.

  14. WH (verified owner)

    First, I have to say that I am a big CF fan. However, this is not one of my favorites of hers. I usually love her DD stories, especially her ‘Priceless Love’ series, but this one just didn’t do it for me. I think it was just too unrealistic and I just couldn’t connect with the main characters. Vidar was strict and consistent in his dominance which is how I like the male characters to be. He just didn’t come across as someone I wanted to know well and fall in love with.

  15. Young Lady

    I was SUPER excited to read this book, and as far as quality Carolyn did not dissapoint. She is a stellar author, the book was well written and a good read. My problem came in that it was about half as long as it needed to be. 🙂 I wanted more details about life AFTER she found out who and what he was. I wanted more details on how she can live as long as he does, how they function now, what life really looks like now. It was a good read though and I liked it overall, I just wanted more. 🙂

  16. Young Lady

    I was SUPER excited to read this book, and as far as quality Carolyn did not dissapoint. She is a stellar author, the book was well written and a good read. My problem came in that it was about half as long as it needed to be. 🙂 I wanted more details about life AFTER she found out who and what he was. I wanted more details on how she can live as long as he does, how they function now, what life really looks like now. It was a good read though and I liked it overall, I just wanted more. 🙂

  17. JC

    This is a great book just like almost all the books by CD. I love the characters they are well developed and the chemistry between them is great. I also love the secret.

  18. JC

    This is a great book just like almost all the books by CD. I love the characters they are well developed and the chemistry between them is great. I also love the secret.

  19. Katy Beth

    Liz wants to save her memories and the land that is part of it but her campaign draws her old crush back into the picture. She\\\’s hurting and in trouble and Vidar isn\\\’t going to put up with that at all. Love blooms but there are still all kinds of surprises in store for her.

  20. Katy Beth

    Liz wants to save her memories and the land that is part of it but her campaign draws her old crush back into the picture. She’s hurting and in trouble and Vidar isn’t going to put up with that at all. Love blooms but there are still all kinds of surprises in store for her.

  21. Connie (verified owner)

    A really good book with a surprise that kept me guessing throughout the book. Just when I thought I knew what was happening. Carolyn took me in another direction that made me think I was not correct. Complete with the totally undisciplined heroine, Elizabeth, and the masterful dominant, Vidar, I will read this book over and over again. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  22. Connie (verified owner)

    A really good book with a surprise that kept me guessing throughout the book. Just when I thought I knew what was happening. Carolyn took me in another direction that made me think I was not correct. Complete with the totally undisciplined heroine, Elizabeth, and the masterful dominant, Vidar, I will read this book over and over again. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  23. drb (verified owner)

    I kind of enjoyed this book. It wasn\\\’t as good as many of CF\\\’s works. The beginning is a little slow but it does get a little bit better around the middle of the story. I do like the happy ending.

  24. drb (verified owner)

    I kind of enjoyed this book. It wasn’t as good as many of CF’s works. The beginning is a little slow but it does get a little bit better around the middle of the story. I do like the happy ending.

  25. Tia (verified owner)

    Liz is a lonely young woman who has lost everything that she cares about- her family, her job and her passion (riding horses). She goes to the one place she still thinks of as home, only to learn that it is in danger of being destroyed. While there she encounters her first love, and pseudo-uncle, Vidar. They were both secretly in love with the other, but a misunderstanding kept them out of touch for years. Now with nowhere else to turn, Liz turns to Vidar for help, unaware they are on opposite sides of an important argument. Can they work out their differences and live happily ever after? You\\\’ll have to read it and find out.

  26. Tia (verified owner)

    Liz is a lonely young woman who has lost everything that she cares about- her family, her job and her passion (riding horses). She goes to the one place she still thinks of as home, only to learn that it is in danger of being destroyed. While there she encounters her first love, and pseudo-uncle, Vidar. They were both secretly in love with the other, but a misunderstanding kept them out of touch for years. Now with nowhere else to turn, Liz turns to Vidar for help, unaware they are on opposite sides of an important argument. Can they work out their differences and live happily ever after? You’ll have to read it and find out.

  27. Arleen (verified owner)

    This was a good story with an original idea. It was well told with good characters. It had all the ingredients of a 5 star except it didn\\\’t hold my attention the way I expect a 5 star book to do. I don\\\’t know what was missing so maybe it was just my mood at the time.

  28. Arleen (verified owner)

    This was a good story with an original idea. It was well told with good characters. It had all the ingredients of a 5 star except it didn’t hold my attention the way I expect a 5 star book to do. I don’t know what was missing so maybe it was just my mood at the time.

  29. angelia (verified owner)

    Awesome awesome story It is hot Every page is full. There is romance action and a lot more you don\\\’t want to miss

  30. angelia (verified owner)

    Awesome awesome story It is hot Every page is full. There is romance action and a lot more you don’t want to miss

  31. Denise (verified owner)

    I did enjoy this story very much. Loved the setting and that she became better throughout the story. As other reviewers, I felt there were things left unanswered. Will she be immortal too, being the biggest unknown? I also felt she took it very easy, almost like she knew all along, maybe more explanation there. There was a hint at him being in trouble with other people coming after him due to what he was, but never anything more than that. I, too, also felt he has too harsh on her at times. Punished every day, would get old pretty quick. Also not letting her get pleasure would also be tiring after awhile. Due to his viking background, it explains some things about why he is so overbearing but not all. So does that mean there will be a sequel or was the story not flushed out enough? Only time will tell.

  32. Denise (verified owner)

    I did enjoy this story very much. Loved the setting and that she became better throughout the story. As other reviewers, I felt there were things left unanswered. Will she be immortal too, being the biggest unknown? I also felt she took it very easy, almost like she knew all along, maybe more explanation there. There was a hint at him being in trouble with other people coming after him due to what he was, but never anything more than that. I, too, also felt he has too harsh on her at times. Punished every day, would get old pretty quick. Also not letting her get pleasure would also be tiring after awhile. Due to his viking background, it explains some things about why he is so overbearing but not all. So does that mean there will be a sequel or was the story not flushed out enough? Only time will tell.

  33. Cindy (verified owner)

    It was ok, but kind of hokey with the warlock thing. He didn\’t act or talk like one. Pretty wierd. The spankings were hot but the story was annoying.

  34. Cindy (verified owner)

    It was ok, but kind of hokey with the warlock thing. He didn’t act or talk like one. Pretty wierd. The spankings were hot but the story was annoying.

  35. Margaret Corcoran

    A great story well written and well excuited as expected from this author. The characters are brilliantly described and the interaction between them hot. I loved Liz who is still strong and sassy and needs Vidar and all he offers. A great story.

  36. Margaret Corcoran

    A great story well written and well excuited as expected from this author. The characters are brilliantly described and the interaction between them hot. I loved Liz who is still strong and sassy and needs Vidar and all he offers. A great story.

  37. KatD (verified owner)

    ok

  38. KatD (verified owner)

    ok

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