She'd Fled the Bed of the Duke of Deighton . . . . . . and returned to her life of quiet respectability. But Verity Davis-Jones could never forget Galen Bromney, "her" notorious duke, for she saw him daily in the face of their child — the daughter she must deny him, along with her heartfelt love!
Ten years of self-imposed exile had done little to dissuade Galen Bromney of the rightness of being with Verity. Yet how would he ever convince the woman of his dreams that a life together raising their daughter was his deepest desire?