A Most Familiar Sentiment
While Edward seeks a wealthy wife and the independence such a marriage offers, Henry can do nothing but watch and try his best to support his friend. Rather than risk endangering a cherished friendship, Henry hides the pain and longing that dwell within his own heart.
Suffering silently from a broken heart, Henry discovers comfort in the form of new friends - friends who just so happen to have amorous secrets of their own. New friendship and fresh company prove a suitable distraction, at least until Edward’s behavior takes a turn for the befuddling.
Will Henry’s love remain unrequited? Or has he too hastily resigned himself to a life of hidden affections and unfulfilled romance?
“A Most Familiar Sentiment” is a novel set in Regency Era England where a love unspoken is not necessarily a love unreturned.
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