TRYST (noun): A private romantic rendezvous between lovers
He was the man she was born to love… If only he wasn’t dead.
As Europe is about to explode into world war, a bullet goes astray and a British secret agent is hit. But he was not supposed to die. Back at home, waiting for a man she’s never met — the man she is destined to love — is the girl he would have married… if he had come home the way fate intended, not as a ghost.
As their destiny labors to put things right, the two fall in love during one beautiful English summer, just before the outbreak of World War II.
Tryst was first published in 1939.
Born in Burlington, Iowa in 1900, Elswyth Thane was the author of more than 30 novels, mostly historical romances. Her Williamsburg Series, which followed the generations of a single family from the American Revolution to World War II, is her best-known. She died in 1984.