1808, Lady Gwendolyn embarks for London after learning she has been left inheritance. Receiving alarming news beyond wealth, she sets eyes on her husband again after ten years of believing he perished at sea. Lord Hollinger is shocked as well, not only does he have a dynamic bond shared with his childhood bride, he’s now faced with a dilemma -- they're both engaged to other people.
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I enjoyed this book
When I started reading this book, I found myself lost in an era which is so forgotten; but the carachters, the surroundings, and above all the storyline, so captivating, brings it all back to life. I could not part with this book everynight! not even for bed!! I realy like Trisha's writing style, it is easy to read, and easy to follow the story, I like the way she writes about each carachter; in a sense that one gets to know them, really know them. I could often envision the relationships between them, and how they lived their lives in an era which is history to us. I liked the details about every event throughout the story, and the love, and the romance, that seem to have captivated the two young lovers since childhood, so inocent, but yet so misterious. I believe this is a book one will read to the end, over the weekend. I am looking forward to part two, to see what misteries will unfold.