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New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the forbidden-unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England.

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Fountain of Dreams Lovely, loyal, and strong-willed as her parents before her, Amelia Darcourt is nonetheless entirely unprepared for her reaction to her family’s compelling American visitor. The handsome young man is a match not only for her wits but for her heart.

About Fountain of Dreams. New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the passionate–sometimes forbidden–unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England

About Fountain of Dreams. New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the passionate–sometimes forbidden–unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England. Now the next generation of lovers longs to follow suit–but new conflicts may prevent history from repeating itsel.Lovely, loyal, and strong-willed as her parents before her, Amelia Darcourt is nonetheless entirely unprepared for her reaction to her family’s compelling American visitor. The handsome young man is a match not only for her.

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New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the forbidden-unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England. Ancient, legendary, and only recently beginning to emerge into the modern world, Akora fascinated many, but not him. He cared nothing for the place and hoped most sincerely to have nothing to do with it. The patrol passed by him.

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New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the passionate--sometimes forbidden--unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England. Now the next generation of lovers longs to follow suit--but new conflicts may prevent history from repeating itself.... Fountain of DreamsLovely, loyal, and strong-willed as her parents before her, Amelia Darcourt is nonetheless entirely unprepared for her reaction to her family’s compelling American visitor. The handsome young man is a match not only for her wits but for her heart. Yet no sooner does Amelia discover the attraction is mutual than she learns of a secret that may destroy her happiness. Could the man she is so drawn to have an ulterior motive for returning her affections--one involving the beloved island whose blood courses through her veins?Charged with a secret mission to investigate the disappearance of several American seamen believed imprisoned on Akora, Niels has come to England seeking Lord Alex Darcourt’s help in entering the fortress kingdom. But in spirited Amelia Darcourt he has found so much more. Their burgeoning passion has him caught between duty and desire. Loath to leave her side, Niels resolves to win her heart upon his return. But just as the two are destined to be together, they are destined to face the challenges that threaten to keep them apart. Only then will they be free to seal their love.

Comments: (7)

Kerdana
The reason I love Josie Litton's books is because they are a little bit of fantasy mixed with historical truth. The characters are both fiction and actual historical figures, the places both real and made up. She has a way of spinning a love story that combines both action and suspense. I love that her characters are so real and so well portrayed. You understand them and their way of thinking and why they are acting a certain way, you love them, cheer for them, laugh out loud at situations they put themselves in.

This particular book is again about an Akoran Princess living in England with her parents and brothers. She is kidnapped by a mystery man and escapes and finds herself rescued by a handsome American who is 'vacationing' in England. She is returned to her family and the hunt for her kidnapper begins. The plot is full of twists and turns, awesome!
TheSuspect
International intrigue, Plots discovered, but the wrong people. More mystery, new players and the hero and heroine risk their lives to save a very young and newly crowned Queen Victoria who becomes a personal friend of the young lovers.
I am completely hooked on Litton. I will read anythig that has her name on it!
Ranterl
I read this years ago in paperback. I've slowly been replacing my favorites on the Kindle. It's nice to re-read those books that I got rid of years ago at yard sales!
Terr
This whole series is great! I would recommend it to anyone! Easy to read and a fun story! Loved it!
Hudora
I love books in series, especially if they don't seem to be the same story line over and over -- these aren't.
Obong
First book in this trilogy the story line is very good. The next two books in this trilogy are also very good
Jarortr
And now for the Akora Trilogy - the Next Generation! Having read all of Ms. Litton's books about the thousand years of history interconnecting the families of Akora, Hawkforte and their Viking ancestors, this new generation again brings that history alive. Niels Wolfson is an American descended from Viking Wolf Harkonson from Ms Litton's first book "Dream of Me". Amelia Darcourt is the daughter of half-English, half-Akoran Alex Darcourt, Marquess of Boswick AKA Prince Alexandros of Akora and Lady Joanna Hawkforte from her 4th book "Dream Island".
Niels is a man on a mission and that mission is to determine if the Akorans (specifically Amelia's cousin Prince Andreas) were behind an attack on an American sailing vessel that was about to leave Baltimore for a reconnaissance mission to Akora. In order to insinuate and ingratiate himself into the Akorans' circle, he creates a fake kidnapping of the Princess Amelia from which he "rescues" her. Grateful, they extend their friendship to Niels and as he spends more and more time with these warm and close knit people, he begins to wonder if they could really be involved in the explosion of the Defiant. But if they're not responsible, who is? He also finds himself extremely attracted to the lively and unpredictable Amelia, but any attraction to her is doomed and outright foolish if the Akorans are guilty.
Amelia is no less attracted to the enigmatic Niels. As with many women of her family she has a "gift" in that she can read what is in a person's heart. But in Niels' heart, she reads regret - but for what? When she discovers the truth of why Niels is here and what he suspects she is appalled. And when his brother is attacked by an unknown assailant using an Akoran knife, how can she prove to him that her family, her people would never be involved in something so dastardly? Is their fragile attraction truly doomed?
A great story driven by two great characters. Niels is cunning, determined, loyal and deliberate, focused on finding the truth. He's also a handsome, sexy, strong, self-made man who has done many things he's not proud of. And Amelia is one of the most appealing heroines to come along in a while. She's smart with lots of moxie, no guile or artifice and she's rational (unusual for a romance heroine!). She's also passionate, unpredictable and keeps the normally rock-solid Niels slightly off-balance. A highly recommended read and I look forward to the next two installments in the series about Amelia's cousins Gavin (Fountain of Secrets) and Clio (Fountain of Fire).
London, 1837 - an intruder watches the estate of the Akoran royal familes for the precise moment when he can, with skill and stealth, slip past the famed Akoran guards into the mansion and abduct the Princess Amelia. Skillfully accomplished, though not without more of a struggle than he had anticipated from a mere woman, he and his ever faithful `Shadow' accomplish the first step in an elaborate plan to artfully infiltrate the closely guarded and select Akoran society. Amelia, reacts in precisely the way they had anticipated by escaping on her own and then being rescued on the road by an `unsuspecting' traveler - the Kentucky born, Niels Wolfson. With a special Akoran gift of being able to discern what is in a persons heart, Amelia senses the goodness in Niels and is ready to trust him, yet she also senses that he is more than what he seems. Amelia is definitely attracted to her handsome rescuer who appears not at all impressed by her claims to royalty.
Niels was on a mission to discover whether the Akoran's were friends or enemies to America, and his growing attraction to the Princess was a complication that he could not afford - nor could he deny. Her courage and her straightforwardness were attributes he could not ignore that drew him like a moth to a flame. How could a relationship survive if he uncovered facts proving the Akorans had initiated an act of war on America and that they would be enemies with their countries at war? Yet how could he resist?
This was my first Akoran historical romance with references that told me that this was a new generation from the original books. It had a definite a stand alone quality, although the many references certainly will have me looking up the previous novels in this wonderful series to learn more of this delightful island paradise of Akora and the men and women whose lives influenced this latest entry. Amelia and Niels were a wonderfully honest and straightforward couple. The excitement and the passion was just the right blend to keep you turning the pages well into the night.
Fountain of Dreams (Akora) download epub
Historical
Author: Josie Litton
ISBN: 0553585835
Category: Romance
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam (July 1, 2003)