War ripped them apart. Fate will bring them back together.
After losing track of Bridget during the war on the continent, Hunter Crawford has spent two years scouring England to find the only woman he’s ever loved. His search futile, he finally, bitterly, gives up hope and ceases his search for her.
One rule. Don’t fall in love with a soldier.
Going into war to help her surgeon father on the edges of the Napoleonic battlefields was an easy decision for Bridget Morton. Her father’s only rule? Do not fall in love with a soldier. Dutifully, she nurses hundreds of men back to health with nary a stray eye toward fancies of love. Until her father dies and she meets Hunter. And she learns too quickly how very right her father was. Love in war can only end in tragedy. Heartbroken, she returns to England.
What should have stayed in the past . . .
Bridget put the war behind her, and with it, her love for Hunter. She has her hospital in London. She has purpose. But then Hunter walks through her hospital doors. The sparks between them cannot be denied, but will they both find the strength to let go of the past?