But Quint and Moranda had no say in the matter. senator Mason insisted his "trouble-making" daughter remain under the protection of Quint Wilcox--until they discovered who'd been sending her life-threatening letters. And Quint had promised his own father--who was doing the senator a favor--that the girl would be safe with him.
Surprisingly Miranda found herself drawn to life on the Flirtation River, and to Quint--a wildlife expert, a man who knew so much about caring.
She'd never felt so content--until Quint told her she'd soon be free!
I read this years ago, and then I re read it again when I found it when I was cleaning out a closet. It is a great beach read, nice and quick. Neither character was happy about their living arangement, as forces around them pushed them even more closer together!