To otherwise conservative Professor Bradley Cannon, women were a definite problem.
Take Cornelia - and he did - one twitch of her lush, ripe body and he was lost.
Take his favorite student, Maggie - and he did - one provocative leer and the chase was on.
Take his wife, Madelaine - and he wished someone would - she left him cold, but the million dollars she owned generated a certain heat of their own.
It was obvious that Peermont College would not tolerate Prof. Bradley’s attempt to corner the woman market, so two of them had to go.
That posed the question: How could he keep Maggie - she was the only one who could really satisfy his passions - and get rid of Cornelia and Madelaine, without losing the million dollars and without creating a scandal that would rock the college to its foundations?