Felt from a distance, Susan and David’s attraction to each other was powerful, but will their stubborn prejudices solidify their loathing, or give way to passion? Susan Anderson has despised David Lane ever since their first meeting. He enraged her with his verbal barbs and cold contempt; he had no idea who she was, or what her true relationship had been with his father, Peter, who left her his Maine beach house. David assumed Susan was a vulture, preying on his old man for his wealth. And Susan was in no mood to defend herself against the charges of such a pigheaded man. But when a severe storm strands them alone in the beach house, David and Susan’s mutual dislike for each other - and their fierce attraction to each other - is brought to a head.
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