has a new appearance. edited and with a new cover,
thanks to Endeavour Press
When they met in London in 1799, Rose Charteris and Tom Hawkesleigh fell instantly in love.
But disapproving families and misunderstandings came between them, and the romance was over as quickly as it started.
Five years later, Tom is working for the Turkish ambassador in Constantinople and he runs into Rose once again when they cross paths in the ambassador’s residence.
Now a widow, and a fiercely independent woman, circumstances mean that Rose has no choice but to work with Tom on a top secret and dangerous document for the Sultan.
Work in Constantinople becomes increasingly perilous, with spies from all sides desperate to find out what is planned.
Even back in London, danger is not far away.
Rose also has the burden of finding her place in high Georgian society, as well as trying to decide between the increasing charms of both Tom and ambassador Kerim Pasha.
Will Rose be able to evade the increasing threat to her well-being that her work has led to?
And will she succumb to her desires and give Tom back her heart?
Spanning the magical lands of Constantinople and the traditional streets of London, April and May is a heart-warming tale of a love that knows no boundaries.
You can find the book by clicking on this link: https://goo.gl/Ekdbf5
Looking across the Golden Horn from Pera.
Tom's curricle, when he returns to London.
The Rosetta Stone
Yes, these all belong in the story...........