The Forgotten Wife
By: Bree WolfCATHERINE EVERETT, COUNTESS OF HARRINGTON, is happy…deliriously happy. Married to the man who stole her heart not yet a year ago, she wakes every morning with a smile on her face, knowing that life has never been sweeter.
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Book DescriptionCATHERINE EVERETT, COUNTESS OF HARRINGTON, is happy…deliriously happy. Married to the man who stole her heart not yet a year ago, she wakes every morning with a smile on her face, knowing that life has never been sweeter. Every day the dazzling spark in her husband’s blue eyes sweeps her off her feet and his kiss steals the breath from her lungs just like it did the very first time he pulled her into his arms.
And then one wintry morning William is thrown from his horse…and the memory of their love is wiped from his mind.
Waking in his chambers with a pounding pain in his head, WILLIAM EVERETT, EARL OF HARRINGTON, glimpses the blurred image of a woman he’s never seen before. A woman his brother tells him is his wife. Only William cannot remember. Not her face nor her name. Not the day they first met nor the moment they vowed to be husband and wife.
Devastated, Catherine fears nothing more than to see duty and obligation in those blue eyes that have always shone with love. She retreats, close to giving up, when her sister suggests a daring plan. A plan that will free William from any obligation to love a woman he cannot remember while allowing him to lose his heart to her all over again.
But what if he doesn’t?
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