SHE WAS FINALLY ON HER OWN!
At twenty-four years of age Deborah Denhoff asserts her independence. Despite parental disapproval she travels to Texas to research the life of Clement Vaulkhurst--Nobel Prize-winning novelist and a distant relative--for her master's thesis.
Clement is a fascinating challenge and, despite the presence of his reputed paramour, Deborah is immediately drawn to his sensuality. Her plans to show the "man" behind the literary legend soon go awry, however, when Clement reveals the repressed passion in his "kissin' cousin."