Sara Raymon could not believe her luck. She was suddenly engaged to marry Lord Gavin Carlisle, about whom she's fantasized since childhood. But Gavin was less than thrilled with the arrangement. The bitterness in his dark eyes burned into Sara's soul, and she vowed to love him unconditionally, to turn his anger into passion, his caustic words into tender endearments.
Lord Gavin Carlisle had no desire to wed the woman who had weaseled her way into his family, but his father's threat was clear. If Gavin didn't marry Sara, the Earl would make his mother's life a living hell. Gavin's expectations of a loveless union were no match for his new wife - her silky skin and gentle touch weakened his resolve to keep her at bay. And once he's tasted her succulent kisses, Gavin knew that he could no longer live without this Sweet Temptation.