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When Della Neve went on a Mediterranean Cruise she wanted a rest, not a holiday romance. Her future was already bound to Marsh Graham, the fiancé to who she owed everything – who had brought her up, moulded her into a great star, and who loved her deeply. But on board ship Della met Nicholas di Fioro Franquila, a charming, rakish, devastating man of the world who treated women as playthings. Nevertheless, Della began to find herself falling for him as all his other women did; to become gradually aware that in Nicholas she was finding something that was missing in her relationship with Marsh – rapture, perhaps? But even if Nicholas should see her as something more than just another conquest, how could she thing of him when she owed Marsh so much?