Baxter Ross had asked Dee to become his wife of convenience in return for a very large sum of money.
Dee decided she had nothing to lose, and agreed to go ahead with the wedding. But why did such a good-looking man need to pay for a bride? It seemed he’d never been short of female company before. And how would the raw physical attraction that simmered between them affect their marriage…?
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the uniqueness of this heroine won over, against my will. this is not the same style as fraser's early books- "princess" is still a favourite of mine, but this book reminded me that different isn't necessarily a negative thing- read it!