A Sensual Romance from America's Best-Loved Regency Author. When her husband, the seventh Earl of Weston, dies of fatal pneumonia, Annabelle is sure that her life will never be the same. Before his death, the Earl had appointed his younger brother Stephen to be the legal guardian of Annabelle's young son. Yet this is the same Stephen who was Annabelle's only friend in childhood, and her first love as a young woman; the same Stephen who, five years earlier, had been banished to Jamaica for a mysterious crime. A New York Times Bestseller. 1.5 Million Joan Wolf Books Sold.
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