The credo at Ann Davies's house was always "room for one more." But that meant safe, simple kids and kittens, not full-grown men with muscles and mustaches! Tea and sympathy soothed feverish little brows, but brawny, bearded Hank Riley generated heat of a different kind, and his expectations of his temporary landlady were far more adult.
With her brood of noisy waifs and her solution for every childish woe, Ann was the ultimate earth mother -- and Hank had always run far and fast from women with long apron strings. Yet Ann's womanly ways soon had him craving more than just comfort from her feminine hands, and he was developing the most peculiar fondness for tea . . .
Silhouette Special Edition - SSE # 595