Abigail Farrington is in desperate need of help. After three years of servitude in a forced marriage, Abigail has been freed at last and she is not willing to give it up her freedom and independence again. Now, she must flee to escape a father who only views her worth only in terms of what he can gain. Her only choice is to run, but what chance does a young woman have against a powerful, wealthy U.S. Senator. Who would take her word over his?
Walker Tillman isn't sure what to make of a young woman's plea for help. As a former Pinkerton detective, he is immediately captivated by Abigail's beauty and her quiet defiance. He'd barely made up his mind to take on her case when he realizes the danger is real, and under the facade of defiance was a terrified young woman in need of help. Tossing propriety to the wayside, they must travel together to stay ahead of her father and his schemes. Pretending to be husband and wife turns out to be as companionable as it is frustrating. As the long hours spent together draws them closer both Abigail and Walker have to decide when pretense stops and where love begins.
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