A sense of duty sends Bran Tremayne to Cornwall to confront his heritage of British nobility. Discarded by his family when he was a small child, Bran wants nothing to do with the family that exiled him. But as a special agent for the Home Office, he senses trouble brewing along the coast. And he can’t turn away from the vulnerable woman he encounters in the Cornish countryside. Merryn’s amnesia makes her past a mystery to them both, but with her life in danger, the only thing Bran knows for sure is that the beautiful stranger needs his protection . . .
Bran rescued Merryn when she'd been kidnapped and blocked from all memory of herself. But can she trust the strong bond—and the powerful passion—she feels for him? As her mind heals, they discover that she is at the center of a plot between French agents and Cornish smugglers. From misty woodlands to stormy shores, the two join forces with friends and family to bring down a common enemy. Yet will their growing love survive the coming peril?
The Guardian Trilogy
Praise for Mary Jo Putney
“A marvelous, fast-paced tale... mesmerizing in its emotional breadth, stunning in its backdrop, and spellbinding in its paranormal overtones... Putney sets a new standard for a historical with paranormal overtones.” —Romantic Times
“Intelligent, compelling characters that appeal to both heart and mind... and a beautifully unfolding love relationship combine to produce a magical tale—Putney puts a unique spin on reality, magic, and love and takes romantic fantasy to a new level.” —Library Journal