With some misgivings, lovely Diana French said good-bye to her safe, quiet, staid life as a librarian and took the job at Quillian's Modeling Agency. Swept into the high-powered world of fashion and advertising, she was geared for excitement, steeled for trouble.
Clearly, Marc Quillian could charm the glitter off gold. Certainly, he could have the most beautiful women in the world-- no strings attached. Why did he want her? Determined to resist his ruthless charm, Diana swore never to tell him she was a widow, even if he thought her a deceiving wife. Yet-- bound to a gentle memory, locked in a furious battle of wills-- why did she feel herself weakening, longing to surrender, to open her heart to a new and tempestuous love?