First of a 12 cowboy series. I loved this book. The next can only be as good as this.
Someone had rounded up a herd of twenty women for the Union Junction Ranch, home to twelve hard-ridin', heartbreakin' cowboy brothers! With the oldest conveniently
gone from home, second-born Frisco Joe Jefferson smelled one big rat. The ladies claimed to have answered a housekeeper ad, but Frisco could spot matchmaking
at ten paces. He almost shooed them away then he looked into single mom Annabelle Turnberry's beautiful blue eyes, and "Go away" became "Stay."
Oh, my! The eleven hunky examples of pure testosterone intimidated the once-burned, twice-shy Annabelle, especially the tall, dark and glowering Frisco.
But when Frisco sweet-talked her cranky baby girl to sleep, Annabelle's wary heart warmed. This cowboy acted tough only to protect his family could he
be gentled by a woman's tender touch?
Really sweet story about a single mom who's been dumped by her baby's father and the tall, hunky cowboy who makes her forget all about her past. VERY romantic!