Greek Romance Novel
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Hi I have been racking my brain looking for a novel I read a looong time ago and I can't remember the name. I am unsure whether it was a Mills & Boon series or Harlequine Romance Series. It is about a lower class lady whose cousin was betrothed to some very rich guy (Not sure if he was a duke or lord or something). However, by some accident the guy was blind, I think had to do with his ex wife or I may be mistaken as to the cause of the blindness.
The cousin then refused to go take care of him in his mansion ( the description of where he lived was far away, beautiful, had some healing stream, light etc) She begged/coarsed her cousin/our protagonist to go in her stead and the she went and tended to the guy and over time fell in love with him and he with her. she believed he thought she was her cousin since that was the lie they told ( blind remember). After a checkup it was determined that they could do a surgery and he would gain his sight back. the night before the bandages were to be taken off, the lady slept with the "duke/lord/guy" and then ran home early next morning. Her Dad felt bad for her because he knew she was missing the Duke/Guy and that something had changed.
Sometime later a carriage or so pulled up in front of her house and she was holding an egg? or something about breakfast and chickens and egg and just as she was coming down the stairs she saw the guy/duke/lord and he told her to come down and how could she think he would not know the difference between her and her cousin who was definitely not compassionate. he also said something about her being careless because she could have gotten pregnant.
PHEW! Please am I rambling or does anyone know about this book? Please help with the name, Thanks.
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