They were two strangers fulfilling a commitment conceived for them years before. But Glenda was an impostor, and in spite of promises made to her dying mother, she sought to free herself from the web of deception.
Malraux d'Arth ahd other ideas. "You must have exptected I had more to gain from marrying you than the acquisition of a wife," he claimed, revealing the conditions of his grandfahter's will
Then she knew there would be no escaping this dark domineering man - even if she rally wanted to . . .