There is not a Jayne Ann Krentz (Amanda Quick, Jayne Castle, Stephanie James, or Jayne Bentley) book I have not enjoyed. I have read everyone of her books with joy and hope to read her "McFadden" series again, but unfortunately they are ALL out of circuit or being price gorged by the commericalist. So to keep your juices going since the book is still unavailable, a brief synopsis of the book:
Before her vacation with the Ralston family was over, Harmony knew that Victor Ralston would propose. Just as surely, she knew she'd refuse to become his wife. But Harmony had never expected that Aaron Fortune would be the one to put an abrupt end to the relationship. As rugged and uncompromising as the Oregon coastline he called home, Aaron was a man with strong ideas about justice and had no qualms about interfering with Harmony's life. For desite her claims of innocence, he insisted that Harmony was the woman who had broken his brother's heart. Aaron shocked her with his unconventional methods of revenge. But Harmony never expected the startling way he would try to repay her for his mistake.