When Beth married glaciologist Allan Bryce she believed nothing would ever come between them. But something did - another wife. Without waiting for explanations Beth fled, burying herself in work and determined to replace her shattered memories of their love with award-winning photographs. Two years on, meeting unexpectedly on an expedition in Iceland, Beth can't understand why his eyes are as cold as the landscape and his fury so bitter - for she had done nothing wrong.
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