When Ferris returned home to claim the winery her father had left her, she knew she would have to face Martin Varenay again and, even after three years, his rejection still burned in her heart. Instead of Martin, though, it was his cousin Cleve who sought Ferris out. It was Cleve who took her in his arms. And it was Cleve who proposed a marriage of convenience so she wouldn't have to sell her beloved winery. But by then, Ferris wanted more than a business partner. If she accepted Cleve's proposal, she would be marrying for love total, all-consuming love.
Used availability for Dorothy Cork's The Man from the Past
November 1984 : UK Paperback
March 1984 : UK Paperback