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Annabelle Johnson has a secret. It could ruin her. But yet, she remained in a darkened room with a gentleman. Perhaps it was because for the first time she felt safe in a gentleman's company.

Compromised and hiding a damning secret was never going to be a good mix. Annabelle had to think of something before her secret ruined her and hurt the man she had married.

Lord Stannage, Earl of Garston, was a handsome man. A pity then that everyone who met him only noticed his different colored eyes. In a society that only perfection was accepted, he was never going to feel welcomed. He avoids society apart from when he becomes too lonely.

Two people, both hurting and afraid, needing each other's strength before their living nightmare can ease. Will they find the courage to trust and listen to each other, or will they continue on their path to heartbreak?

©2017 Audrey Harrison (P)2017 Audrey Harrison

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  • Kathleen
  • 12-05-2018

Narrator kept me from enjoying

After listening to Stevie Zimmerman’s narration of the first book in this series, what a disappointment! First the narrator is just not very good. Second, although not an expert on British accents, I thought Bunn had a more working class accent that really eliminated the magic of the story.

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  • Vibliophile
  • 26-02-2018

Ok, gets better toward the end

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I have a hard time believing that heterochromia (two different colored eyes) would have been looked on in such a way - especially in an otherwise handsome, single man with money & a title. A few too many misunderstandings/failures to communicate but overall it's a sweet story about finding healing.