She wanted more than a summer romance Sociology student Verona Chatfield found the flirtatious stranger amusing. Then she realized that he was Andreas Constanidou, the man who had ' hired her to chaperon his sister on a two-month vacation in Crete. It was obvious that, through force of will, Andreas intended to chaperon Verona, as well. It seemed that he disliked tourists who came to Greece only for the summer. The instant physical attraction between them threatened to destroy Verona's vacation. Exactly what did he want from her?