She turned his life into chaos even as she melted his heart...
The injured "boy” Sir Daniel Drummondrescues from a British battlefield is no boy at all,but a vivacious young enchantress fleeing hertyrannical father. Moved by her plight, herspirit, and her mesmerizing beauty—and his own young daughters' need for a mother—the dashing nobleman impulsively offers towed Henrietta "Harry” Ashby, who promptlythrows his life and household into disarray.
Headstrong, impetuous, wildly unconventional, "Harry” knows precious little about wifelyduties. But the irrepressible miss understandsthe importance of unwavering loyaltywhen danger threatens. And she knows daringways to set a man's passions aflame—and the sensuous secret to transforming amarriage of convenience into a union ofeverlasting ecstasy and love.
Jane Feather was born in Cairo, Egypt, and grewup in the south of England. She was trained as a social worker and, after moving with her husbandand three children to New Jersey, pursued her careerin psychiatric social work. She started writingafter she relocated her family to Washington, D.C.Her other Avon Books romances include The Eagle and the Dove, Silver Nights, and Bold Destiny.