Back Cover Blurb
From the back cover of Mills & Boon Romance #586/1, October 1971, UK Edition:
It was literally to save her life that Daros Latimer had married Toni Freeman. The ancient Cretan law of vendetta, under which a man must kill anyone who damages the honor of his family, had brought her into mortal danger Daro's crazed old grandfather - and the only way Daros could save her was to make her a member of his own family. As Daros was handsome, charming and very rich, Toni might well have done worse for herself - except that she cared no more for him than he did about her. Moreover, Daros had the traditional Greek male's idea of a wife as nothing more than a servant and a chattel, and he had made his opinion of independent English women very plain. What chance of success did such a marriage have?
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