From the acclaimed author of Song of the Nightingale. When Mallory Stanhope set sail for Egypt, she was drawn to a fellow passenger, the strikingly handsome but aloof Lord Michael DeWinter. Once in port, Mallory hoped to forget this troublesome man, but she soon found herself not only nursing his wounds, but also falling hopelessly in love with him.
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