New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas delivers a scintillating tale of an unconventional beauty who finds passion with the spy who can’t resist her
A woman who defies her time
Dr. Garrett Gibson, the only female physician in England, is as daring and independent as any man—why not take her pleasures like one? Yet she has never been tempted to embark on an affair, until now. Ethan Ransom, a former detective for Scotland Yard, is as gallant as he is secretive, a rumored assassin whose true loyalties are a mystery. For one exhilarating night, they give in to their potent attraction before becoming strangers again.
A man who breaks every rule
As a Ravenel by-blow spurned by his father, Ethan has little interest in polite society, yet he is captivated by the bold and beautiful Garrett. Despite their vow to resist each other after that sublime night, she is soon drawn into his most dangerous assignment yet. When the mission goes wrong, it will take all of Garrett’s skill and courage to save him. As they face the menace of a treacherous government plot, Ethan is willing to take any risk for the love of the most extraordinary woman he’s ever known.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
This refreshing historical romance dispenses with recycled Regency plotlines, featuring a take-charge heroine inspired by Britain’s first female physician and set in a working class world. Dr. Garrett Gibson has no time for love, but she finds spy Ethan Ransom hard to resist. When Ethan gets tangled up in a dangerous conspiracy, Garrett may be the only person who can save his life. Hello Stranger is satisfying and suspenseful.
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My love for this book will forever burn within my heart and mind. Strength, courage, as well as never ending love weave those qualities together.
The characters are well developed but the story itself is very boring. There is a great attention to detail about the medical care available at the time but sometimes that over took the story. Something lacking and fell flat for me. I did like Garret a lot!! Much better than the selfish childlike behavior of Pandora from Devil in Spring( hated it).