Sancha was thrilled with her assignment--to interview the famous author, the Conte Cesare Alberto Venturo di Malatesta.
Entering his palazzo was like stepping back into the Renaissance, its poverty-stricken appearance at odds with his success. The Conte himself--a modern, powerful figure--was dynamite, as Sancha soon realized. And she seemed to have the same effect on him.
But the truth was Cesare was hard up; he did need to marry money. With the glamorous, fabulously rich Janine Rumien in the picture how could Sancha hope to compete?
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