When Tori Marshall enters the witness protection program, she thinks her troubles have ended. But after an attempt on her life sends her through time to Regency England, she becomes a widow with amnesia and the target of a new, yet familiar danger.
William Harding, Earl of Dunbriar, has one thing on his mind -- revenge for his sister's murder. He has had no luck finding the murderer in the year since her death. At least, not until an odd, opinionated woman without memories of her past becomes embroiled in his investigation. Suddenly he finds his attentions split between the task he believes will redeem him and the only woman who can truly save him from himself.
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Kerri-Leigh Grady wrote her first "book" at the tender age of three. Undaunted by its unpublished status since its creation, she has continued to write bad poetry, short stories, and novels since that first attempt. Today, she writes women's fiction and some romance. Kerri-Leigh has a BS in Computer Science and works for a communications IC developer. She has used computers since Kindergarten and even joined her elementary school's computer club. A member of the Association of Computing Machinery and The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Kerri-Leigh is a geek of the first order.
She lives in San Diego, California, with her husband, a Naval officer who cleans the kitchen and shampoos the carpet (a true knight in shining armor), and her three cats, Calliope, Einstein, and Schrodinger.
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