Marriage of Convenience . . .
At twenty-seven, schoolteacher Meg Delany was quickly approaching spinsterhood in the opinion of everyone in her small mid-western town. The gossip didn't bother her, but she still felt plagued by that nesting instinct . . . and that's where Zeke Wilson came in.
Zeke, a brawny, headstrong farmer had been acquainted with Meg for years. He'd needed her help in a confidential matter . . . and he ended up proposing marriage. It was the most practical solution. She wanted a home and children: he wanted heirs for his prosperous farm.
Meg agreed with Zeke's logic, so they married. Everything was fine – until she began to fall in love with a man who thought love was nothing; but trouble!
Silhouette Romance - # 719