It's Valentine's Day, and candy heart sayings mock Drew Engledown's lonely state. He wants more in his life than work, but hasn't met anyone he can imagine spending his life with. When he puts his own life at risk to save a friend, he's sent back in time to Regency London and mistaken for a murdered earl. Has he been given a chance at love with the earl's beautiful widow, or will he suffer the same fate as the previous lord?
When her husband's heir lays claim to all she once owned, Lady Engledown is left nearly destitute. So she doesn't know whether to be relieved or angry when the earl returns but claims he's not her husband. Could he be telling the truth, or is he toying with her? She doesn't know what to think of this man who is so different from the husband she never loved. Can they find happiness together, or will this man she comes to love leave her worse off than before?
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Review Courtesy of April Hollingworth So this is a beautiful story with time travel and hope for not only a better future but love. You have Drew a man who see's his newly married best friend and realizes, the closeness between husband and wife, the love he sees, he wants that for himself. Saving his friend's life sends him back in time to Regency London where he finds a woman, who just by looking at her, makes his breath catch, only problem is he looks exactly like her murdered husband. What entails is a story of hope and opportunity. A story that made me smile and most definitely a story I recommend everyone should read. Beautiful and eloquent this is a story that makes you feel. The Review: Drew Engledown is feeling lonely and the mocking candy hearts sayings aren't helping, never mind the fact that it's Valentine's Day. He knows he wants more in his life than work, only problem is he's never met a woman who he cant imagine living without. When he puts his own life at risk to save his friend, he's sent back in time to Regency London, and mistaken for a murdered Earl. Has fate sent him back in time for a chance at happiness with the Earl's beautiful widow, or will he suffer the same fate as the previous Lord? After the death of her husband, Lady Engledown is left nearly destitute, by her late husband's heir, when he lays claim to all she once owned. So when the Earl returns she's unsure if she should be relieved or furious when he claims to not know her. Could he be telling the truth, or is he playing an elaborate cruel joke? Unsure of what to think of the man who looks like, yet is so different from her husband she never loved. Can they find happiness together, or will this man she comes to love leave her worse off than she ever could imagine?