Gentle Hannah Prescott takes her trip to the South Seas even though she's just lost her job. She even indulges in a private fantasy about a fellow passenger she sees on the plane...but that doesn't mean she wants him to invade her room in the middle of the night! And he thinks she's a clever art thief, to boot. Jarrett Blade makes it quite clear that she can either turn over the stolen golden goddess to him or explain its possession to Customs. And he finds it in her luggage. Hannah can hardly breathe with shock. Jarret sticks to her like glue for the next few days, and announces his determination to make the liason permanent. Hannah can move in with him when they get to the mainland. Hannah has some thinking to do and Jarrett has a few adjustments to make, as well. As usual, Krentz delivers snappy dialogue, strong characters and a decent plot line. Some may find Blade's character overbearing, but I think his motivation is adequately explained.