by Jennifer Malin,
$5.99 U.S. / $7.99 Can.
England, 1999. When American tourist Leah Cantrell finds an antique coin in a deteriorating old spring, the adage "Be careful what you wish for..." doesn't enter her mind. In fact, she's tired of wishes - they certainly didn't ease the pain of her recent heartbreak. Nonetheless, on a whim, she tosses the coin back into the water, wanting to know who first placed the guinea there. . .
England, 1815. David Traymore, illegitimate son of the Marquis of Solebury, has always felt like an outsider on his father's estate. More than anything, he's dreamed of belonging somewhere to someone. Then came the day he rescued a beautiful woman drowning in their country spring. But who is this beguiling woman of strange attire and uncommon speech? A madwoman? A French spy for Napoleon? Or is she the answer to his wish - the woman who is his one chance for true love, the woman who can show him where his heart belongs. . .
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