Once, Laurel Sutherland had been to the manner born, while Connor Northrup was the chauffeur’s son—and they’d had nothing in common but young, innocent love. Now Laurel was in desperate financial trouble, and the only man who could help was Connor—who had both money and a plan to save the woman he’d never been able to forget.
He was proposing marriage, and though Connor feared that Laurel saw it as merely a business arrangement, he still had hope. Because though money couldn’t buy him love, maybe it could buy him time—time to show Laurel what had always been clear to him. Namely, that some things were just meant to be…