The last person Celeste wanted to see stood before her.
Colonel Sheridan St. John smiled at her as if nothing had happened. Rage overtook her as she noted he was still muscled and blond with those hypnotic dark blue eyes. She could not forgive him for what he had done. She could not forgive herself for loving him still.
His accusations of treason executed her father.
Now three years after the execution, St. John is tasked with informing Celeste that the Prince-Regent affirmed her father, Baron Hargreaves, to be innocent of all charges. He also declared Celeste and her siblings wards of Sheridan’s father, the powerful Duke of Richmond. Their titles were restored. Reparations would be made to the Hargreaves family.
Sheridan sought to win Celeste’s love once more. A seasoned veteran of war, he would conduct his campaign for Celeste’s heart as he had no other. It was the most important of his life, and would determine if he would . . . Touch the Sky