- Musa Publishing
- Release Date
- August 2014
Erotic Romance, Historical Romance
Tortured by fragmented memories of her past, Eliza must face the truth…or be imprisoned for life.
For years, Eliza Lily has lived as the "distant cousin" of William and Jewel Bennett, who rescued her from a past she can't remember. Now, amidst ugly rumors of who she might actually be, William plans to marry her to a suitable gentleman who can give her a home and safety. What better way to curb his own developing feelings for her?
Eliza wants none of that. She is no hothouse flower, and no man of standing will marry her due to her dubious past anyway. Not even William, whom she secretly loves. Instead, she focuses on her quest for social change. Her passion for women's rights leads her to Greenwich Village and the suffragette movement. But as she finds her place in the world, her past still haunts her.
Only by going back to the scene of her lost memories can she hope to discover the truth and set herself free…to love and be loved.
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