He called her a little prude, likened her to the Victorian ladies who had come to his lush Hawaiian island in the nineteenth century. But she was no prude, Ann Lowry insisted, just because she dressed conservatively, kept to a strict schedule, and always maintained control over her emotions! She was a dedicated botanist doing important research on the island of Kalai. And she had no business with a confirmed rake like Jay MacFarland, the man who was to lead her into the paradise of the Hawaiian rain forest . . . and into temptation.
Used availability for Ruth Langan's Eden Temptation
September 1984 : USA Paperback