Carisa Páez Velloso travels to London at the behest of her child’s father's family. What seemed a genial invitation turns into a nightmare embroiling her in a fight against English nobility and laws written in their favor. A chance meeting with Max DiSanto, advocate of law, brings hope of retaining custody of her deaf daughter.
Sparks ignite within their damaged, unwilling hearts.
|Publisher:||Highland Press Publishing|
|File size:||976 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Isabel, aka Polly McCrillis, is the mother of two and lives in Missouri with her husband. Her love for music and the arts encompasses private piano teaching, musical theater directing, and stage acting. She has two novels published under her own name. Her historical novels, Almost Taken, Almost Guilty and Almost Silenced, under the pen name Isabel Mere, are now available. She has novellas with Highland Press in several anthologies. Her next series will begin with the book Charades.