Wednesday, August 9, 2023

Anthea Lawson’s TO HEAL A HEART – A Well-written, Intriguing Love Story set in Crete and England

Set in the mid 19th century, this is the story of Miss Caroline Huntington who goes to Crete with her friend to engage in charity work. Injured, she is taken to the island’s British doctor, Alex Trentham, who really isn’t practicing medicine but he agrees to help. Put off by his gruff manner, she soon realizes there is far more to this man than meets the eye.

Dr. Alex Trentham fled England, vowing not to return, but he never bargained for the beautiful Caroline to enter his life. As she recovers, the carefully constructed walls around his heart start to crumble under the force of emotions he cannot allow himself to feel.

When danger threatens, Caroline returns to England, leaving Alex behind, for he refuses to go with her—until he hears she is in trouble. Villains aplenty abound, including a cocaine addict suitor.
This is a well-written story, and I especially loved the scenes on Crete. I can recommend it but just so you know, there are several graphic love scenes.


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