He was too arrogant, too sure of himself. Most of the men in Brandy's experience wanted no part of her commitment to raise her three younger sisters. But Mitch Waring was different. In fact, he seemed determined to take over Brandy's whole life.
He saw her independence as a challenge. "I fully expect you to fight me every inch of the way," he told her, "and I'm going to love wearing you down." But Brandy was afraid of what would happen after Mitch had won-- after she had lost her heart.