Sarah McLeod wants to leave dull little Homestead and see distant lands. But as long as her ailing grandfather needs her, her fantasies of exotic cities and dashing noblemen must wait. Then Jeremiah Wesley returns from year of wandering the world. He's the last man Sarah thought she'd love. Yet as she gets to know him, she finds herself dreaming less of a far-off prince and more of a virile lover only a heartbeat away.
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