Book #5 in the McCullough Romance Series.
When Christopher Newell first saw Anne McCullough Jameson dance across a stage in San Francisco, life as he knew it changed.
For the first time in his life, Chris finds himself considering the concept of marriage and creating a family of his own. Coming from a wealthy male-dominated family that thrives on money and power and deceit, he never believed that he would embrace the institution of marriage. But after walking away from his heritage and pursuing his passion for photography, he is drawn to the beautiful dancer, and his faith in people and relationships is restored.
When Anne McCullough Jameson first sees Christopher Newell, she is undeniably attracted to the photographer--so much so that she finds it hard to dance for him. A rare event for the woman who was born to dance. But because she holds onto the belief that she can't be her free-spirited self and be in a relationship at the same time, despite her deep attraction to him, she is determined to have a torrid, but no-strings, affair with him.
Having observed Anne for the better part of seven months, Chris knows he has to hold his own against the determined and seductive dancer. If he gives into her, he is well aware of what he will lose--the chance for a lifetime of love. He's determined to convince her that she can love him and her dance at the same time. It becomes a dance of wills as the beautiful dancer sets out to break his willpower and seduce the man who wants a lot more than a between-dance-tour affair.