I return to Africa with this book. Lady Alice Granville is on holiday in Florence when she meets gorgeous Italian doctor Dante Corsi. They have a brief affair but Alice knows it can’t last- not when she has a life- and duties- back in London. But back in London there is an aching gap that not even the life of a debutante can fill. So when she gets the opportunity to do something with her life by volunteering in Africa, she jumps at the chance and not even the fact that she’ll be working alongside a disapproving Dr Corsi will put her off. Does she have what it takes to prove to everyone, including Dante that she’s more than a debutante in designer shoes?
The Doctor and the Debutante