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THE GREATEST OF SINS
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THE GREATEST OF SINS
That youthful kiss was the beginning of a forbidden love…
“For the first time in six years, I’ll be coming home…to witness your marriage to the duke.” The long-awaited letter that young Evelyn received from Sam didn’t contain the answer she was hoping for. When she was fifteen, Sam was her first kiss and her first love. But she can only assume it was a goodbye gesture before he left to study medicine overseas. Suppressing her lingering passion, Evelyn decides to try her best to form a new loving relationship with the duke. However, Sam, now a skilled and handsome doctor, struggles with his developing feelings for Eve as he hides a dark secret that will change their relationship forever…
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- JAB 04/10/2020 1 people found the following review helpful
So, the hero and heroine grew up together, falling in love with the other person. However, the hero just up and left for the Navy one day with no word. For years, the heroine would write him constantly but he never replied. Six years pass and she ends up getting engaged to another nobleman for marriage of convenience. It’s perfect since he helped her get into high society. The heroine agrees to it but low and behold, the hero appears again. The man doesn’t want to rekindle the love they shared for mysterious reasons (we find out later he was deceived into believing both he and the heroine were half-siblings by her father. The reason being the man didn’t think the hero could make the heroine happy). He merely wants to send the heroine off with well wishes. The two beat around the bush in denying their buried feelings that are starting to resurface. The climax comes at a party where it’s revealed the hero isn’t the heroine’s half-brother but the fiancée’s half-brother. The heroine uses her late mother’s diary and makes the her father confirm the facts. The hero realizes the lie but their discussion is put on hold when the fiancée falls gravely ill. The heroine and hero work around the clock for three days, nursing him back to health. The fiancée makes it through and tells the hero how happy he is to have a brother. He finally has the talk with the father who apologizes to the hero after the hero states he doesn’t hold ill will against him. The hero still leaves because he thinks the heroine can have a better life without him. However, she’s encouraged by the brother to go after him since he and the father have dissolved the engagement. The heroine catches the hero in time and they elope. It was a 90% to get married quickly and 10% punishment on the father for his lie. It’s a happy ending and I really liked reading it.
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