COMING TO VENICE WAS LIKE COMING HOME.
Almost in spite of herself, Gemma Savage found herself falling in love with Venice. She felt immediately at home living in the decaying palazzo, a relic of another time, with the grandmother she had never known. Only arrogant Marco Andreotti remained to torment her.
Marco--the man who had forced her to leave England and who now seemed determined to make her his wife despite his obvious attraction to another woman. She knew that Marco was a man she could love, but with his one-sided definition of marriage, was he a man she could trust with her heart?