Appearances can be deceiving. Naylor Massingham didn't approve of Leith--hethought she was a gold digger. And he certainly didn't approve of hiscousin's involvement with her. He was determined to put an end to theiraffair, even though it meant forcing Leith into a pretend engagement. Leithcould have stopped matters, but it would have meant betraying her friend'strust. And, anyway, she was looking forward to hearing Naylor eat his wordswhen he discovered the truth of the situation. But the longer the charadecontinued, the more Leith realized that far from hating her new fiance, shewas actually falling in love with him...
Used availability for Jessica Steele's His Woman
July 1992 : UK Paperback
December 1991 : UK Paperback
October 1991 : UK Paperback