She wanted his trust
Rose Grey hadn't gone to Majorca for fun in the sun. She was there to convince Adam Ferrier that her agency was capable of handling the advertising campaign for his travel company. Her job depended on it.
Rose hadn't made a very good first impression, although that hadn't prevented attraction from flaring between them. But her world really came tumbling down when, just as she was about to declare her love to Adam, he suddenly accused her of deceiving him.
Adam Ferrier simply didn't trust women. Could Rose ever convince him that her love was sincere--that he was more important to her than anyone or anything else?