To save her deceased husband's business, Leah agreed to marry businessman Cabot who wanted a child. Since it would be a betrayal of the love she felt for her first husband, she vowed to have no feelings for her new husband.
Leah thought that falling in love would be a betrayal -- but when Cabot's tender touch sparked an unmistakable emotion deep within her, Leah's own heart betrayed her. Drawn together by desire, united through times of trouble, Leah and Cabot learned that only love can make a true marriage -- and a true home.
the story was so-so, but lots of things I don't liked about this story: repetition of how the heroine felt about the hero and while the hero got unto his mind that the heroine was was still in-loved with here dead husband (I'm almost pulling my hear one at a time) -- blah blah blah --- it would nice to spared us readers of too much description of feelings and of course the lovemaking. SIghh, sighh, sighh ... it's annoying so I skipped most of the pages and read like speed reader --- shhhh don't have choice but to read the book up to the end to learn what happened about the truth of dead husband's involvement with white slavery ...