However violently Darcy opposed her stepfather George, he would control her business and family until she married or turned twenty-five. When he cast a lustful eye on her younger sister Tessa, Darcy's choice was clear.
It no longer mattered if she loved her friend Evan the way a wife should love a husband. He'd proposed repeatedly. Now she would accept.
But Evan's older brother, Miles, had conflicting ideas about Darcy's future when she turned up in Florida. "Evan has never thought clearly when it came to you," he said dangerously. "So I've decided for him."