Derek would never forgive me if I spoiled our honeymoon by getting myself killed,” Gale tells her financial agent T. Price Smith as he hands her a gun under the table. Gale is on her honeymoon In London, but it looks like she’ll spend more time with T. Price than with Derek as the two of them try to save the bank that holds practically all her assets. She’s kept her wealth secret from Derek for fear of spoiling their relationship, so what believable excuse can she find to spend enough time away from him to stop criminals from siphoning off all her assets? Luckily, Derek is so enthralled by going the rounds of the courts and Inns of Court with a British solicitor friend, he feels guilty for leaving her on her own “to go sightseeing!” She manages to defeat the criminals without tipping off Derek, and enjoy three whole days of honeymoon. T. Price admires her ability to meet all her objectives. “Why would I have ever thought that you would have a conventional honeymoon?” he asks.
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Published January 15, 2013
Romance, Literature & Fiction.