Barbara Taylor Bradford, the author of such international bestsellers as The Woman in His Life, and Angel, once again demonstrates her superb storytelling gifts in this electrifying novel.
Television war correspondent Nicky Wells is a media super-star, courageous, beautiful, and renowned for her hard-hitting reports from the world’s battlefields and trouble spots. But her life is shattered when she loses the only man she has ever truly loved, dashing English aristocrat Charles Devereux. Nicky finds solace in her work and her friendship with photographer Cleeland Donovan, and after a romantic interlude in Provence, Nicky wonders if she might finally be able to love again. But suddenly she is forced to remember Charles Deverux when she is confronted with disturbing suspicions about this remarkable man and his mysterious double life . . .
Barbara Taylor Bradford was born in Leeds, Yorkshire, and was a reporter for the Yorkshire Evening Post at age sixteen. By the age of twenty, she had become both an editor and a columnist on London’s Fleet Street. In 1979 she wrote her… More about Barbara Taylor Bradford