Handsome, sophisticated Saxon Blackwell had never intended to marry, but his grandmother's cruel ultimatum left him no choice. Then into his life stormed Chickadee McBride, a flame-haired mountain girl with a mouth so saucy and a modesty so lacking that Boston's stuffy bluebloods were shocked speechless. Suddenly the idea of actually marrying the backwoods wench appealed to Saxon . . .
But as Chickadee embarked on shenanigans that threatened Saxon's reputation, his inheritance, and his sanity, he despaired of ever molding her into a proper wife. Yet how could he send her back to her beloved Smokey Mountains when her earthy innocence drove him wild with desire?