In Aesop's Fable The Fox and The Crow, a wily fox
plays on a crow's vanity and convinces her to drop a piece
It's time for the crow to even the score.
When Brenna Hennessy embarrasses Alastair Reynard, he
decides to show Brenna just how easy it is to be seduced
from the straight-laced world she lives in. Playing on her
vanity, Alastair convinces Brenna to drop her clothes and
spend a night in his bed.
Brenna learns two things from her night with Alastair-—a
person can't die of embarrassment and Alastair is an
Now Brenna wants some payback of her own. A "friendly
kidnapping" leaves Alastair tied to her bed and at her
mercy. It's supposed to be a weekend of hot sex and acting
out the fantasies she's only dreamed about. Her heart was
not supposed to become involved, but when she's locked in
close quarters with Alastair, revenge quickly takes a back
seat to pleasure...and love.