In this novel by Linda Ladd, Libery Remington Thornhill, the daughter of Trinity and William travels from America to England to discover the mystery behind her best friend disappearence and supposed death. There is something seriously wrong in the Yorshire manor owned by Henrietta's "grieving" husband. But Liberty's first suspicions are not for her friend's husband but for the mysterious and dangerous Julian Rainville, and artist, and one to London's most eligble and notrous bachelors. More young women desappear without a trace on the Yorkshire moors and all fingers point towards Julian. I loved this book and engoyed reading it. A Love So Fine is a wonderful story about redemption, a savior of young abused women, and Liberty's fathers past rears its ugly head with the marriage between the two. I admire Libery for not up and leaving her husband with her father's vocal disapproval. Read the book and you'll find out more!!