The Lieutenant and The Lady by Collette Cameron

This is dramatic, heartbreaking, romantic and gripping. Julian is an honorable, stubborn and oblivious man. Blaire is a determined, caring, brave and generous woman. When Blaire arrives back in London after going finishing school she's shocked and heartbroken to find Julian, the man she loves, is engaged to his deceased brother's intended. Julian has a good reason for considering marrying Daphne, he just can't tell anyone. After talking to Julian Blaire decides to leave London and go home. On her way she discovers Julian, Daphne and Daphne's mother have had a carriage accident, and Julian doesn't remember who he is. It becomes Blaire’s responsibility to care for Julian, much to the consternation of Daphne and her mother. And so begins the journey of she says, she knows. Poor Julian just gets more confused. A shocking revelation at the end of the book is both unexpected and sad.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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