It is 1916, and The Great War is raging throughout Europe. Eleanor Martin is traveling to France to serve as a volunteer nurse. She only wants to bury herself in her work on the Front and forget her traumatic past. But when her ship is torpedoed, Eleanor has to act quickly to save an American journalist's life. As she cradles Dirk Loreson's broken body in her arms, speaking to him to keep him conscious, the possibility of a whole different future begins to open up for her. Leo Cartwright, an ambitious artist, is also en route to the Front. A ruthless man who will stop at nothing to find inspiration for his paintings, Leo's path is destined to cross with Eleanor's. As she comes under his spell, will she find the strength to resist his demands? Will she trust her growing love for Dirk? A Nightingale in Winter is about courage and searing ambition at a time when the very foundations of the world have been shaken.
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