Fearless television correspondent Nicky Wells is haunted by the drowning death of her fiancé Charles Devereaux, believed to be a suicide. Three years later, Nicky spots Charles' face in a crowd while watching the news--and embarks on a dangerous journey to discover what really happened to the man she loved.
Nicky Wells is a driven and successful television correspondent who will go anywhere to get her story, even into treacherous war zones. But Nicky isn't as fearless as she seems. The love of her life, her fiancé Charles Devereaux, died in a drowning incident believed to be a suicide. Three years later, Nicky is still haunted by his death.
Clee Donovan is a successful photographic journalist, and a man who harbors an undeniable attraction to Nicky. Amidst the protests in Tiananmen Square, the two come together in sizzling passion. Following Clee to Provence, Nicky finally lets herself believe in a life after Charles.
But while watching a television news report of a fatal shooting in Rome, Nicky spots a familiar face in the crowd--Charles. Consumed by the belief that her fiancé may still be alive, she pursues a series of enigmatic clues across Europe, relying on every journalistic skill she has to get to the bottom of a dangerous mystery.
Barbara Taylor Bradford
Barbara Taylor Bradford is a #1 New York Times bestselling author. Born in Britain, she began her career as a typist at the Yorkshire Evening Post at the age of sixteen, later serving as the fashion editor of Woman's Own Magazine and a feature writer at the London Evening News. Her debut novel, A Woman of Substance, sold more than 30 million copies worldwide and became one of the top ten bestselling novels ever written.Bradford has written 28 subsequent books that have sold over 89 million copies in more than 90 countries around the world. Several of her novels have been made into television miniseries and movies. In 1999, she became the first living female author to be featured on a postage stamp; in 2003, she was awarded a place in the Writers' Hall of Fame of America, and in 2007, she was inducted into the Order of the British Empire.