(From the publisher):
The perfect way to ruin a holiday… Victoria Beaumont was looking forward to relaxing on Mackinac Island at the family’s summer home. But all thoughts of relaxing fled when she discovered that her father, Charles, had invited Dirk Ramsey. His ruthless newspaper articles threatened to damage Charles’s political career. Perhaps if Dirk got to know the Beaumonts better he would change his views. Victoria didn’t want to know him better. True, Dirk Ramsey was the most attractive man she’d ever met — but any interest he showed in her was purely for the sake of journalism.
“Let go of your fear, Victoria.” Dirk’s voice was husky. The searing fire of his kiss started off a sweet consuming ache in Victoria’s limbs. The temptation of his caressing touch was potent. “No,” she choked out. “I’m sure it would make quite an exclusive story to have bedded Charles Beaumont’s daughter, but that’s one story you’re not going to get.” “It would probably make a hell of a story,” he snapped, glaring at her in surprise, “but I don’t write for the scandal sheets. In fact, I’d forgotten you were even related to Charles Beaumont!” Victoria wished she could believe him, but he had her so mixed up she didn’t know what she wanted anymore — unless it was the peace she had known before Dirk entered her life.
Original title: Enemy in Camp (Michigan)
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary