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When they were children Julia had been the little rich girl and Rome Demario the poor boy she had so despised. Rome had never forgotten – and now, years later, he had succeeded in revenging himself. The tables were well and truly turned. In one brief passionate encounter – on Rome’s side at least – he had wrecked Julia’s life and her prospects of a suitable society marriage to Paul Wineman, and her only hope of piecing it together again was to do as Rome suggested and marry him. But what kind of marriage would it be – she hating him more than ever, and he despising her as much as he desired her? How could either of them hope to be happy?