Nurse Anne Dorland had been a widow for four years―ever since a tragic accident on her honeymoon―but she had at last found peace and content in her new rebuilt life.
She had an absorbing job as senior staff nurse in the Cardiac Unit of St Martha's Hospital, a delightful flat, and a pleasant circle of friends. She knew she could never forget the past, but she had learnt to look forward, not back.
And then she was invited to a New Year's Hogmanay party in Edinburgh, where she met the amusing and attractive Alistair Cameron―and his quiet English cousin, George Farler...
Anne recognised George the minute she saw him, although it had been four years since they had last met. She would always be grateful for his kindness and help―but she had never wanted to meet him again.