"Since the turn of the century, the elegant and fashionable DeWilde stores have helped brides around the world realize the fantasy of their 'special day.'
The store: DeWilde, London. Grace DeWilde's ambitious cousin, Michael Forrest,represented everything Julia Dutton emphatically wished to avoid in a man. Julia had been earmarked 'perfect little wife' material, while Michael's high-voltage sexuality attracted glamour like moths to a flame. They could barely stand to be in the same room together.
The stakes: How could one charged evening make teaching French suddenly seem so dismal, while the chance to assist in developing the new Berkshire Forrest Hotel appeared the chance of a lifetime? Was Julia brave enough to commit to a man who offered only a few short months of ecstasy?
The solution: The missing pieces of the famed DeWilde jewel collection were finally coming home to Jeffrey, and the courier was his ex-wife. Would the collection, his family, his marriage finally be whole again?"
This was not as interesting as her other books. She became amuch better writer as she went along. Now I am hoping she will write more---I can find no current ones of late.
Reunion and Renewal*Lover or wife? Enter the house of DeWilde.