Out to settle his deceased father's last account, Count Dante Galvan goes to collect an outrageous stud fee owed by Collingsworth Farm. However, when he arrives, he finds the owner in the early stages of Alzheimer's and his daughter, Daisy, desperately trying to manage the farm. Knowing the position she is in, Dante vows to help. However, his Argentinian culture has taught him that society has two roles for women—wife or mistress. When their personal lives heat up, which role will Daisy accept? Jane Porter offers an intense, compelling story that's hard to put down in IN DANTE'S DEBT (4). Layered characters with tangible, sizzling tension top it off.

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short