It Was One Proposal She Should Have Refused
Beth Thomas needed a job and a place to live. David Kane offered her both. But she didn't need to get married. Yet David was making marriage part of his offer, stating matter-of-factly that it would solve both of their problems.
And, on the surface, it seemed as if their arrangement was succeeding. They worked well together. They even lived well together. But that was where the balance ended. David knew of Beth's past, but he'd revealed almost nothing about his own. And if he could cut his own brother out of his life, how could Bethhis wife in name onlytell David that their relationship was becoming extremely important to her?