It was the sort of mad unbelievable coincidence that one swore could never happen. Through her devotion to Maud, Josey had blundered into her worst enemy. Six years ago, Josey had pinned her last desperate hope for justice on brillant trial lawyer T. J. Macallan, only to be dragged down for the sake of his guilty client. Now he didn't even recognize the innocent he'd helped put behind bars. Much to his dear Aunt Maud's delight, however, Thorne took note of Joseys animosity, in fact, he found her resistance irrestible.