Had Theo Moreland, the Marquess of Raine, killed her brother? Journalist Megan Mulcahey had to know the truth. A woman working in a man's profession, Irish-American Megan is used to fighting for what she wants, but Theo may prove her greatest challenge yet! Heir to a dukedom and powerful beyond Megan's wildest dreams, Lord Raine is also sinfully handsome and fiercely intelligent. Megan is determined to discover if Theo is responsible for her brother's suspicious death — and to find out what became of the treasure the men were seeking in the South American jungle. But first she must cross the Atlantic and infiltrate his household — any way she can . . .
The new governess was not what Theo had expected. The dashing, adventurous explorer had always been restless and plagued with wanderlust — until fiesty Megan came to Broughton House to teach his younger twin siblings. Now there's no place he'd rather be than home, admiring the curvaceous redhead.
Theo can't deny the strange pull of attraction between them, nor the swift and immediate desire that troubles and excites him. He's seen beauty like Megan's only once before — in a fever dream from which he hoped never to awake. But why is this delicious vision snooping around his mansion like a common thief?
As the threads of the mystery grow ever more tangled, Megan and Theo must make a vital choice — continue to cling to the ghosts of their past . . . or trust each other to be their future.