When Lord Welham spoke thus to the diminutive widow of his beloved cousin Robin, he little knew the tales that that young lady could tell. He determined that Anne should reside with him until her tongue was sufficiently loosened.
But as Anne revealed the truth of Robin's heinous behavior, Lord Welham vowed he would make recompense.
And then a new problem presented itself Welham's growing ardor for Anne. Could he help her recover enough to learn to love again?
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