Very good, one of Jayne Ann Krentz's better older novels.
Hannah Prescott felt like Alice in Wonderland after Jarrett Blade breaks into her hotel room looking for a gold statue. Jarrett suspects Hannah of being involved with the smugglers, but is willing to stay with her to see proof of her innocence, or so he says to explain his intrusion into her life.
Jarrett is a little overbearing, but typical for books published during this time period. Hannah is not as helpless as Jarrett would like. Overall, a good read
Classic Krentz. The hero is a bit dominating (especially in the beginning) but this is closer to her 90's work then a lot of her 80's writing. The heroine is intelligent, tough, and lovely and he desperately wants to be with her to get some of that sweetness in his own life. A feminist manifesto it ain't but it's short, sweet, and as close to her book "Scandal" (written under her Amanda Quick pseudonym) as a book completely different in place, time, and length can be.