He was playing judge and jury
Hannah had been only nineteen when she'd first come to London--a beautiful, naive nineteen. She'd fallen madly in love with an exciting man, only to discover he was married. Then there was Eden--no cad, but a weakling, she realized, just before calling off the wedding.
And now the arrogant, insulting Waldo Ross, Eden's older brother, accused her of being a heartless man-eating tramp. He deliberately abducted her and seemed bent on exacting justice. His brand of justice.
Hannah's heart pounded with fear--and with something else she couldn't bear to acknowledge ....