The island was a paradise of golden sands and blue skies--of burning suns and burning desires... But not for Beth. Beth has come to marry Willard Petrie, a widower twice her age; a gentle man who would replace desire with respect.
Or so she thought. The island had a strange effect on people, sapping their inhibitions and stripping away pretensions.
It revealed Willard's motives as it exposed his daughter's self-destructive jealousy. And it left Beth totally vulnerable - unable to control the primitive emotions that drew her inevitable to Raoul Valerian.
This paperback is in very good condition with light spine creases, owner's initials, and tanning.