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“An excellent first book. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author”Sherrie Frontz wrote this review Monday, October 28, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Maddie and Ethan lived happily until she discovered his father was a traitor to the south. The story goes on as to how he spent the next year trying to kill her. It was a good plot but was very repetitive and dragged out. Everyone repeated the advents over and over. ”Beach Sitter wrote this review Friday, February 15, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“349p Madeline Wellington wakes up a year after the Civil War ended with no memory of her life. She is found by a man who claims to be her betrothed but later finds out he lied about nearly everything. She had actually been married to another man and they’d had a baby together.
Ethan Wellington is distraught after losing his wife of a year. Yet within another year, he marries another woman, Elizabeth, just one month before Madeline reappears in his life. When he finds out Elizabeth is with child, he regretfully sends Madeline away to her brother’s. The distance between them is torturous, even as they share responsibility of their child.
William Brown is a new hired hand of Madeline’s brother, who had served in the war with Ethan and has taken it upon himself to watch over Madeline for him. He offers to enter into an agreement to take care of a growing problem of Madeline’s. Will she accept his proposal of marriage in order to save the family’s reputation?
A sudden tragedy sets into motion a series of events that will change everything. Madeline is haunted by something from her past, something best left forgotten, for her life depends on it. This last forgotten memory is the key to how she befell the accident that caused her to lose her memory to begin with. Will she ever find the happiness and love that she longs for?