When she saw her boss, Alexander Paget, jilted at the altar, Sophie's heart bled for him. But she didn't appreciate the rush of interest the ex-bridegroom soon showed in her.
Sophie refused to become a balm for Alexander's wounded ego. She'd already had it with men, caring for her brothers and widowed father. And now she wanted to escape from domesticity--and from Alexander.
Yet Sophie rather enjoyed the novel sensation of being chased by the man who'd previously ignored her as a woman. Besides, anyone nicknamed Alexander the Great naturally boasted irresistible powers of persuasion!