A man fleeing from rebellion, and a woman trapped in convention – and neither knew the other existed until tonight…
Pierre d’Épiluçon never expected to leave France, let alone flee for his life. After losing control of his vessel, the twenty-eight-year-old noblesse is rescued by a fisherman’s daughter.
Helena, desperate to escape her own version of entrapment of dreary familial expectation, tries to nurse Pierre back to health and their opposing status – and political views – collide. The growing attraction between them, of course, seems to have just one cure…
Will Pierre recover from his injuries, or lose his heart? Can Helena grow to care for the shipwrecked suitor who sailed into her life?
This is the third in a series of eight Ravishing Regencies.
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