As a top translator for the British Embassy in Washington, sophisticated Nonny Littauer was well-versed in the languages of men. But as a glamerous young lady, the jet-haired beauty was sorely lacking in the language of love. Then the towering, accomplished, experienced actor York Deland strode into her life, and Nonny hadn't a doubt that he'd be the perfect teacher to make a woman out of her.
Now that Nonny was no longer a maid, she seemed vulnerable to all sorts of men. Why did she sense a hostile undercurrent beneath the English Attache Henry Devenish's impeccable manners? And why did the sauve French Duc de Chevanelle want to know so much about her investments? Now that she'd lost her innocence, was it imperative that she relinquish her optimism, her pride -- and her fortune -- as well?