For months now, Lady Grace Ashworth has mourned the death of her beloved husband—until the day a very-much-alive Michael arrives at her front door. It’s nothing less than a miracle. However, Grace soon realizes that this Michael isn’t the same man who left for the Crimean War. She’s stunned to learn that he has suffered a devastating head injury. Putting all her own desires aside, Grace resolves to devote herself to Michael’s recovery and to love him no matter what troubles may come.
Convinced that his wife is wasting her time on a broken man, Michael attempts to shield Grace from a life of inconvenience by driving her away. But Grace will have none of that. Despite every obstacle Michael throws in her path, she stubbornly soldiers on, fighting not only for their marriage but for the love they once shared. In the end, will her determination alone be enough to save Michael from the darkness that threatens to consume him?
Not a love story in the sense of two people falling in love, but the story of two people overcoming a huge change in their lives through the power of love. A husband coming home from war injured and with PSTD, is still happening in our days. Reading the story of Grace and Michael made me think of these soldiers and their wives (or husbands) and of all the people with challenges in their lives. I hope all of them have a Grace somewhere. The story is beautifully written, sometimes a bit too slow for me personally, but the topic of the book deserve a slow pace and can’t be rushed.
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