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It wasn’t Darcy’s fault that Ramon Valdez would have to spend the rest of his life in a wheelchair; the accident had happened because he was concentrating on her rather than his driving. Nevertheless when Ramon’s older brother Julio asked Darcy to go to their home in Andalusia to visit him she felt it was the least she could do. But to her dismay, she arrived there to discover that Julio held her wholly responsible for his brother’s condition and was insisting that she should marry Ramon. How could Darcy possibly go through with the marriage, knowing that she had never loved Ramon and that all too soon she had fallen hopelessly in love with his brother?