Book Five in Mary Balogh's bestselling Survivor's Club series
Enter the world of New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh, where the magic, romance and mystery of Regency England come vibrantly to life . . .
The Survivors' Club: Six men and one woman, all wounded in the Napoleonic Wars, their friendship forged during their recovery.
Ralph Stockwood, Earl of Berwick, has returned home with scars inside and out, born of watching men under his command, his closest friends, fall helplessly to the enemy. It will take a very special woman to show this dark, tormented warrior that there is still hope, if he can find the courage to reach for it . . .
Balogh can always be depended on to deliver a beautifully written Regency romance with appealing, unusual characters. - Publishers Weekly
Her people aren't perfect: they're flawed, fallible men and women who act in ways we not only understand but often empathise with. That's what makes them real. That's what makes them appealing. And that's what makes us go back to Balogh as a writer, time and time again. She is master of her universe - Literary Shed
Once you start reading a Mary Balogh book, you won't be able to stop. - Susan Elizabeth Phillips
A romance writer of mesmerizing intensity. - Mary Jo Putney
Mary Balogh just keeps getting better and better. - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution