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Bribed by Kyle, his twin brother, Dominic Renbourne agrees to take his twin’s place for a few weeks at Warfield Manor, where he is to pay court to Lady Meriel Grahame, the orphaned heiress Kyle intends to marry. The last thing Dominic expects is to be entranced by a silent sprite whose ethereal beauty is as intoxicating as the flowers and trees that surround her.

For much of her life Meriel has lived outside normal society, finding joy and peace in her garden, safe from the nightmare that nearly destroyed her as a child. She is content with solitude until the handsome intruder begins to inspire dreams of life beyond her sanctuary. Despite his longing, Dominic’s sense of duty keeps him away from his brother’s future bride, but Meriel’s untamed spirit proves more powerful than Dominic can resist.

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  • “When switched identities, arranged marriages, and even the mildest case of insanity meet, a novel is bound to be an absolutely entertaining hoot. As well as creating sympathetic characters and their realistic development, Mary Jo Putney has a talent for capturing the complex rivalries of siblings.”

    Amazon.com, editorial review

  • “With many deep emotions and a powerful story, Mary Jo Putney spins a tale worthy of her Fallen Angels series. The brothers’ conflict and its resolution, and the secret of Meriel’s silence and ‘madness,’ are deeply moving and completely capture the reader. Ms. Putney delves far into the reaches of the heart to thrill her fans.”

    RT Book Reviews (4½ stars, 1999 Best Regency Historical Romance Award winner)

  • “Putney depicts high society, the problems of women, and the insane of Regency England. She is at her best with characterization: readers watch many people grow and relationships change in a relatively short time. With lots of romance, some comic touches, a villain, and a touch of mystery, this novel provides good entertainment.”

    School Library Journal

  • “Rosenblat animates Putney’s tale of madness and deception…In Rosenblat’s voice Dominic speaks with gentle intensity, and Kyle’s voice hardens to leaden precision. Only a master of articulate narration could so delicately have caught the nuances of this romance.”


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