Goodness, this really puts one through a ringer. I had no idea how Heath could possibly give this a deserving ending, but she pulled it off so masterfully. I don't even know what else to say to this one, just read it. From the first few pages it just grips and the hero has such a presence, even though he is very very quiet. You can literally feel his longing and despair, without a lot of words, or inner dialogue. Lorraine Heath is really a master at that. You just always know there is more and I kept worrying about finding out more. Fantastic.