India had been thirteen when Nathan Kittrick was banished from Pelican Island. Now, shrouded in scandal, he'd come home, heir to his father's multimillion-dollar holiday resort--a man determined to claim what was rightfully his.
Nathan's return brought back bitter memories, and India greeted him with angry accusations of the past. And this time he had to listen, because she was no longer a child, nor his once faithful shadow. In fact, India had been managing the luxury hotel since his father's death.
India was also a woman determined not to let her former trust for this man be rekindled. But she hadn't expected Nathan's assault on her senses to be quite so tender. And she hadn't expected her desire for him to be quite so strong . . .