From the back cover:
Independent rancher Rafe Maitland had never met his wealthy relatives--and planned to keep it that way. But when matriarch Megan Maitland's lovely personal assistant arrived on his doorstep, determined to ensure his presence at the family reunion, Rafe showed he could be as demanding and crafty as any other Maitland. Because the price for his company was a marriage of convenience--and all to keep custody of the little girl he'd inherited...
And my review:
This was quite an enjoyable book. Not outstanding, and not awful, just average. I liked the way the author was able to write good sexual tension without having the book become an overpowering, flying hormone lust-fest.
One major problem with this book is that, because it's a part of a series, much of this book cannot stand on its own. The romance was successfully concluded, but a lot of loose ends were left hanging - presumably to be tied up in another book. That was kind of annoying if you're not planning to read the other books in the series.