{WARNING: Contains material that may offend some readers}

One stormy night, Becky's home is burglarized. After she hears the thieves shoot her parents and her brother, and they go after her, she flees from the house terrified for her life. Her only escape is to take the boat out to sea. Only she heads right into the eye of the storm. Lucien Moore has escaped from a broken relationship and the madness of business and city life. He bought the island he lives on and became a recluse. Every day he scours the beaches for debris tossed overboard from yachts and pleasure boats. When he finds a near naked young woman washed up on the beach, he thinks she's dead at first, but she's not. He takes her back to his cottage and cleans her up. He thinks she's quite young. When Becky wakes up she finds herself in a strange bed. When she meets Lucien for the first time, she's shocked that she was saved by a wild looking man, yet this wild man is incredibly handsome. She mourns the loss of her parents, her brother. The last thing she remembers seeing are the flames that devoured her parental home. A deep fear has settled within her to return to the mainland. She finds out that Lucien has no boat, that he has to wait for his supplies to be delivered every six months, and he has no way of communicating with the mainland. She also doesn't tell him her real age but leaves him with the impression that she's very young. Lucien fights his growing attraction for the seductive sea orphan he found on the beach. Finally he gives in to temptation and has to fight with his conscious about making love to such a young woman. But life interferes. The happiness and love he's longed for so long escapes him when Becky suddenly disappears.

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