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Wiltshire, England, 1853

Lady Rose Jameson knows her place - respect authority and convention and marry a suitable member of the peerage. Lord Evan Xavier, the second son of the Earl of Brighton, possesses the necessary pedigree, but though Rose enjoys his company, the spark she craves is missing...the spark she feels with handsome commoner Cameron Price.

Cameron has accepted his lot in life - to care for his widowed mother and two younger sisters. Instead of writing the music he loves, he's destined to work the land his family leases from the Duke of Lybrook...and deal with his overwhelming feelings for the duke's sister-in-law, Lady Rose. When Cam's sister becomes ill, he needs money quickly, and his fate is further sealed. He must say goodbye to Rose forever.

But circumstances and the appearance of an elderly stranger may change both their lives.

©2015 Helen Hardt. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Average plot, average characters description, average story basic sex scenes. All in all average. I cannot for the life of me work out how they can justify the price, it is maybe worth a credit but definitely don't pay cash for it. The narration was ok, although a lot of the women's voices were whiney