One final cry—“God almighty, help us!”—and suddenly Hannah’s world shifted violently and a blinding collision scattered her mind and shook her bones. Then came the pain, the freezing water, and a hand reached for hers before all faded into darkness.
When Hannah awakes in a warm and welcoming room she has never seen before—tended to by kind, unfamiliar faces—most of her memory has been swept away, but not all. She recalls fragments of the accident. She remembers a baby. And a ring on her finger reminds her of a lie. But most of all, there is a secret. And in this house of strangers she can trust no one but herself to keep it.
“[It’s] what readers love of Jane Austen, Downtown Abbey, and even a bit of Jane Eyre…everything a historical romance reader looks for.”—Historical Novels Review