When the widowed boardinghouse keeper he has some to rescue turns out to be a scantily-clad showgirl, Jed Doulan knows he's in for trouble. With his shadowed past, he's be mad to let this spirited-and suprisingly innoced-woman get close.
Bound by a hasty marriage to her reluctant hero, Rachell Carlson senses his struggle to heep a distance between them. But the message in Jed's eyes make her pulse quicken-and even dares her to believe in love.
An enjoyable story with good characters and a good plot. I liked Jed and Rachel; I liked the supporting characters too, they were better than typically supporting characters in stories like this. The historic cowboy romance is one of my favorite genres and this was better than average.