They told her she married a prince. Too bad she couldn’t remember the wedding…or anything else. Will her memories return in time to save her marriage or was it doomed from the beginning?
When Prince Edward of Calais received a note implicating his wife in an affair, he was furious. He’d only been married to Annette for three weeks, but she’d distanced herself from him almost as soon as they returned from their honeymoon.
Annette woke up disoriented, not knowing who she was or what happened to her. To make matters worse, someone shot her aunt and might be after her as well. Her relationship with Prince Edward seemed strained at best. After receiving a couple of threatening notes, she didn’t know who she could trust.
She knew she was drawn to Edward—they clearly had chemistry—but he kept her at arm’s distance. He was definitely hiding something.
Edward and Annette couldn’t fight the pull they had to each other, but Edward had to decide if he could forgive Annette, and she had to determine if she could trust him. In a world where everything was not as it seemed, will love prevail or will their marriage go down in a ball of flames?
This is a Christian romance with themes of redemption and Bible references.