Facing a marriage deadline, Lady Jocelyn Kendal impulsively weds Major David Lancaster, a penniless officer dying of wounds received at Waterloo. In return, his younger sister will receive a generous income -- and David will have the enchanting Jocelyn as a wife, if only for a few days. Then fate takes a hand, and Jocelyn suddenly finds herself with a healthy, vibrant husband -- a seasoned campaigner who wants to renegotiate the terms of their bargain, and will use every bit of charm and passion he possesses to win the heart of his bewildered bride.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dukedukegoose - LibraryThing
More aptly 3.5 stars. Would've been a 4 star (just for having two leads that...GASP, like each other and respect each other as people!) if not for the super rushed, cobbled together feel of the last ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - skirret - LibraryThing
Beautifully written, carefully researched, but ultimately unsatisfying historical romance. Ms Putney does her best to justify the amoral actions of Jocelyn, the heroine of the story, but not even the ... Read full review