Helping people was a matter of honor to Frances McPhee. Despite that,Frances wished she'd never agreed to accompany her ailing uncle to hisOklahoma cabin. Frankly, Uncle Fergus was a cantankerous old mule, thougheven he was preferable to the other member of their traveling trio. AshBlair, whose million-dollar smile belied the condition of his wallet,displayed a reckless preference for pricy hotels and gourmet food. As aresult, their merry little band was likely to land in the poorhouse longbefore they reached their destination. But, having made a promise to Fergus,Ash couldn't enlighten Frances about their finances. And for reasons of hisown, this honorable silence suited Ash just fine.
Used availability for Jacqueline Ashley's A Question of Honor
July 1988 : UK Paperback
June 1987 : UK Paperback