Liss was desperate to locate the ranch before the snow completely obliterated the road, but night had fallen in the Canadian Rockies. Why had she left her safe life behind to bring her 2 young sons into the wilderness, to share a cattle ranch w/ a man she knew didn't want her there? But Kirk had his own reasons for wishing Liss hadn't invaded his sanctuary: the scent of her hair, the silk of her skin, the glow in her dark eyes when he stole a kiss--all were irresistible, & dangerous to a man who valued his privacy & found it so hard to trust anyone. Liss kept insisting all she wanted from Kirk was friendship, that the ache in her heart could never be soothed by his magic, but when he built a snowman for her children & tempted their mom to run a little wild, Liss felt his sweet fire melt her heart at last. could this city girl surrender a little of her independence for a family man who loved watching the sunset reflected in her eyes?