Reeling from a motorcar accident, Captain Brody Neill seeks shelter in a derelict manor. But the injured Captain is not alone. Haunted by horrors of the Great War, he has become addicted to the only drug strong enough to dull his tortured soul. Without his precious morphine, he cannot keep the disturbing visions of his past at bay.
Only the mysterious, blind beauty who inhabits the house can save him, but doing so means that reclusive, sheltered Angelica Grey must risk exposing herself to a world of lies, lust, and obsession that she is not prepared for.
Romance Heat Level: Warm-Hot (4.5 out of 5)
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PTSD from WWI
Unusual storyline about what we now call PTSD and a blind woman. Set in the 1920’s two people find each other and in their own way set about making each others lives better.
Double standards come into play along with Class distinction
of the upper middle classes.
A Little different from the usual, enjoyed it up until the last chapter where I felt the author wrapped it up in a rushed finish.