Adelaide Leeson wants to prove herself worthy of her husband, a man who married her when she was at her lowest. Lord Tristan Leeson is a model of diplomacy, curbing the fiery impulses of his youth to preserve his wife’s health. But as Tristan’s political career rises and Adelaide revels in society’s adulation, the secrets of the past are uncovered. And there’s a high price to pay for a life of deception.
I don't know how any reviewers could give this book more stars?! The story was very shallow and predictable. I would not recommend this author. The thing I very much dislike is when they have the main character ask herself thousands of questions! "Did he really think that?" "Should she believe him?" "Had she done the right thing in telling him what a jerk he is?" "Should anyone really read this book?" etc. It is so aggravating to me. It's just a way for the author to fill up pages and waste time. Such a silly book.