When Megan Taylor accepted the job as private secretary for Yolanda Delgado, she knew she might meet Jacques Ducruet, the unscrupulous playboy businessman she blamed for her father's bankruptcy and suicide. But the appeal of a charity drive and the need to repay her grandmother for her business school education made her take the job anyway.
Megan could not know that she would find herself at the mercy of Ducruet's compelling magnetism. Or that her job would be in danger from Yolanda's jealousy. Was Jacques's interest in Megan real; or were his attentions to her a form of teasing cruelty?