Bram Hughes is the best friend to whom Megan has always turned for support and advice. But when she seeks his counsel about working with Devin Caldwell, Bram's vision is clouded by his sudden unwelcome attraction to a girl he had always thought of as a little sister. He advises forgiveness, but can he forgive himself for pushing the woman he loves into the arms of another man?
Author Julie Lessman draws a romantic triangle that will touch your heart in this glittering Gilded Age tale of transforming love.
Julie Lessman is an award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston series, the Winds of Change series, and The Heart of San Francisco series. The recipient of seventeen Romance Writers of America and other awards, Lessman was chosen as the #1 Romance Fiction Author of the Year in the Family Fiction magazine 2011 and 2012 Readers' Choice Awards. She resides in Missouri with her family. Learn more at www.julielessman.com.
Here is my review of this wonderful read:
Megan McClare has changed significantly since she left for Paris, France. After a year abroad, Bram’s “Bug” quickens his pulse. But because of a guilty conscience, he has agreed to court the daughter of his father’s potential business partner, leaving Meg’s matured feelings of love for him unrequited. Meg’s old nemesis, Devin, has also changed his mind about her, his thoughts now taking a more romantic direction, adding more complexity to the conflict.
This is another amazing read from Julie Lessman that has a home on my “keeper” shelf.