A man haunted by the past meets a woman who can’t remember her own in a romance spanning from Regency England to the Greek isle of Corfu . . .
Having grown up wild and carefree on the rugged Greek island of Corfu, Callista Melbourne reluctantly sails to England to honor her father’s dying wish. But before she reaches her destination, a fierce storm knocks her from the ship to face certain death in the icy grip of the ocean. When she finally awakens, in Stanton Abbey, she doesn’t know who she is any more than she knows the handsome stranger caring for her.
When Adam Carlyle pulled the unconscious woman from the sea, she was the most beautiful thing he’d ever seen. Concerned by her amnesia, he figures out Callista’s true identity, and becomes determined to save her from her looming marriage to a scheming fortune hunter. But Adam’s own heart carries a heavy burden, and he’s not sure he can protect his new love from the dangers of his past . . .
“Katherine Kingsley is a miracle worker, a writer who understands the map of the human heart.” —RT Book Reviews