Miss Nobody was a mystery and James had always loved a mystery. More
The Countess of Rockingham is furious when Helen is delivered from the workhouse as the orphan daughter of the Earl’s disgraced older brother. Forced by her husband to give Helen a home, she is raised without love or affection and barely tolerated by her aunt and cousin.
Although a talented writer, she is resigned to becoming a governess when she meets the dashing Lord James Tremaine, Marquess of Woodville. He is instantly attracted to the girl who calls herself Miss Nobody and is determined to find her after meeting her at a ball.
For reasons from her own past, Helen’s aunt is determined there should be no relationship between them and when poisonous lies, threats and banishment have no effect, offers Helen a dreadful choice. She can either have James or she can know about the sibling she thought had died soon after birth. Her aunt is only too aware of Helen’s need to know more about her family, it is the perfect punishment. The price for the information is that she sacrifice her chance of happiness with James She must leave London immediately, without telling anyone where and why she is going.
With a heavy heart, Helen leaves for Whitby, knowing that James will never forgive her for deserting him, this happened to him once before. The only bright spot is that her career as a writer is successful. However, when James finds her in Whitby, he has news which will change their lives forever. Could it be that Miss Nobody can finally find happiness?