It was literally to save her life that Daros Latimer had married Toni Freeman, and as he was handsome, charming and very rich, Toni might well have done worse for herself except that she cared no more about him than he did about her. Moreover, Daros had the traditional Greek male's idea of a wife as nothing more than a servant and a chattel, and had made his opinion of independent English women very plain. What chance of success did such a marriage have?
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