IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM
Damon Demetrios temporarily "kidnapped" Sigourney Hamilton, a journalist whose by-line drew as much interest as her subjects. He wanted her to cover the Macedonian struggle for freedom, but she was afraid to become involved, not only because the memories of her own war- shadowed childhood were so strong, but also because she sensed in Damon an ability to make her forget the independent principles she believed in.
Damon was irrevocably wedded to his country; he might never need Sigourney as much as she needed him. Yet one word from him would be enough to make her stay, one kiss enough to rouse in her a love that knew no end.