The Law of Love
When Walter Hunter named his pretty niece Judy as the heiress to all his worldly goods, he included one special condition in his will: Marry David Morgan Carnegie or lose your inheritance.
Judy was speechless with anger when the lawyer told her the news. How could she possibly become the wife of a man she had just met and didn't love? True, David was handsome, charming, and, as she soon discovered, an up-and-coming corporation lawyer. But he was also a total stranger! Yet when David explained that they would only have a "marriage of convenience" with no strings attached on either side, it all seemed so simple and reasonable. And it probably would have worked out just fine, if Judy hadn't made the mistake of falling in love. . . .