"An Untimely Encounter…
When her father falls gravely ill, eighteen-year-old Sydney Isabella Waverly dutifully agrees to marry the earl whose estate borders her family’s modest country home. But on a trip to Bath before she weds, Sydney meets the enigmatic, heroic Captain Zachary Quentin, with whom she feels an unmistakable mutual attraction.
Still, they have no choice but to part ways, regretting what might have been. Sydney cannot know that one day they will meet again under vastly changed circumstances, that Zachary will play an unexpected role in her life—and that the man she never forgot still ignites her heart. All that will remain is to find out if he feels the same way..."
Title: The Memory of Your Kiss
Author: Wilma Counts
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"The Memory of Your Kiss" by Wilma Counts
What I enjoyed from this novel.....
I found the heroine Sydney Isabella Waverley one very interesting person. After finding out that her father to be gravely ill and he wants her to marry a earl but before that happens Bella also known as Sydney will meet a Captain Zachary Quentin and after a unforgettable kiss their life will never be the same definitely being one memorable kiss... but she is engaged to Henry. What Sydney didn't know was that she would one day soon see Zachary at her wedding and this is where this story picks up. This author really gives the reader some interesting good characters that are for the most part well developed, well portrayed, real and a believable well written story. You will get several sides to the story where we able able to learn so much about each of the characters with Sydney getting married and Zachary going to war. This read will keep your interest because there will be so much going on you will not want to put it down...only turning the pages till the end.
What I also loved about this read...
I found the heroine was one unique person in being such a forgivable person in what all she went through to help her husband's ..... Now, I don't want to tell you the story but I want for you to read this captivating novel for yourself to see how it is brought out to the reader. I truly found Sydney definitely one of a kind and I would definitely recommend this novel to you.