Alex and Eliza
|Author:||Melissa De la Cruz|
|Author:||Melissa De la Cruz|
The love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler - the story that inspired the bestselling musical Hamilton. 1777. Albany, New York. As battle cries of the American Revolution echo in the distance, servants flutter about preparing for one of New York society's biggest events: the Schuylers' grand ball. Descended from two of the oldest and most distinguished bloodlines in New York, the Schuylers are proud to be one of their fledgling country's founding families, and even prouder still of their three daughters - Angelica, with her razor-sharp wit; Peggy, with her dazzling looks, and Eliza, whose beauty and charm rival those of both her sisters, though she'd rather be aiding the colonists' cause than dressing up for some silly ball. Still, Eliza can barely contain her excitement when she hears of the arrival of one Alexander Hamilton, a mysterious, rakish young colonel and General George Washington's right-hand man. Though Alex has arrived as the bearer of bad news for the Schuylers, he can't believe his luck - as an orphan, and a bastard one at that - to be in such esteemed company. And when Alex and Eliza meet that fateful night, so begins an epic love story that would forever change the course of American history. In the pages of Alex and Eliza, #1 New York Times bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz brings to life the romance of the young Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Witches of East End and the Descendants series comes the love story of young Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler.
Melissa de la Cruz is the #1 New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly internationally bestselling author of many critically acclaimed novels, including The Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel and the Summer on East End series. Her Blue Bloods series has sold over three million copies.
Section - i: Prologue: Mansion on the HillChapter - 1: Middle ChildChapter - 2: Troop InspectionChapter - 3: Messenger BoyChapter - 4: Small Pitchers and Big EarsChapter - 5: Tomcat and Canary?Chapter - 6: Lovers' ReelChapter - 7: Gauntlet (Or Handkerchief?) ThrownChapter - 8: ReconnaissanceChapter - 9: Knight in Shining ArmorChapter - 10: Lean in to MeChapter - 11: Absent Without Leave?Chapter - 12: Bold MovesChapter - 13: There Is No Inoculation Against LoveChapter - 14: A Disease, an AfflictionChapter - 15: Ministering AngelsChapter - 16: Officers and GentlemenChapter - 17: Guess Who's Coming to DinnerChapter - 18: Goose Is Cooked?Chapter - 19: Girl TalkChapter - 20: First Comes FriendshipChapter - 21: Soldiers and SuitorsChapter - 22: Sweet NothingsChapter - 23: Full Hearts, Empty PocketsChapter - 24: Mother's NewsChapter - 25: No Guts, No GloryChapter - 26: Timing Is EverythingChapter - 27: Command PerformanceChapter - 28: Hen PartyChapter - 29: Tortoise and HareChapter - 30: Taking LibertiesChapter - 31: Heroes and VillainsChapter - 32: Best of Aunts and Best of WomenChapter - 33: AmbushChapter - 34: Can't-Runaway BrideChapter - 35: Here Comes the GroomChapter - 36: Poor Man's WifeChapter - 37: Wedding MarchChapter - 38: Happiest They've Ever BeenAcknowledgements - ii: Acknowledgements