How else to describe the pact Jessica Randall had made with wealthy New Zealand rancher Gabe Dumont? In exchange for marriage and an heir, he would save her family property.
The agreement was calculating, completely devoid of any tenderness, just like the man himself. Their relationship was supposed to be a simple arrangement. Instead, it was fraught with secrets and mistrust, jealousy and ultimatums–emotions that wouldn’t allow her to maintain the distance she needed.
Worse, the sizzling attraction between them made this marriage of convenience decidedly inconvenient.