From the back cover:
Olivia Marlowe should have know better than to trust her fate to her half-brother Jeremy. Leaving England for the U.S. and escaping an unwanted engagement was all well and good, until she learned Jeremy had offered her services as a companion to a wealthy American marton - one wih an incredibly handsome son. Far from the charming rogue that her half-brother was, Adam Porterfield was an intelligent, polite gentlemen - and far above Olivia's touch.
Adam may have pegged Olivia as a prim little spinster when first they met, but after only a few days in her company he discovered how wrong he had been. Delightfully opinionated and generous of heart. Olivia has lifted his mother's spirits like no other, and he found himself drawn to her side as often as possible. But Olivia's resistance to the undeniable attraction between them was an obstacle Adam wasn't sure he could overcome - unless he could convince his British beauty that they were meant to be.