At their first meeting Elizabeth had thought Jed Carrel insulting and arrogant, though she couldn't ignore the turbulent emotions his kiss had aroused. But she had been only seventeen then and about to marry his brother, Jeremy. Then Jed had set off to live his own life abroad . . .
Elizabeth was a mature woman now — and a widow. Jed had unexpectedly returned. Why? "As a woman," Jed's voice was caressing, "you're even more desirable than you were as a girl."
All Elizabeth's earlier feelings of inexperience came flooding back. How could she possibly cope with him?
Harlequin Presents - HP # 211