Another historical that could be classified as a "classic". Lila seduces Bishop McKenzie at her brother's wedding and turns up pregnant. Her new sister-in-law writes to Bishop with the news and he returns just in time to stop Lila from marrying another man.
She glanced up, her eyes meeting Bishop's. "I wish you'd arrived too late," she said, her voice more weary than angry. "If I'd already been Logan's wife, there would have been nothing you could do to change things."
Bishop smiled down at her, his eyes pale blue and cold as ice. "I could have made you a widow."
Passion, anger, death and danger all combine to make these two realize they are meant for each other.
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Boston socialite Lila Adams had a wedding day none of her guests would ever forget. It all started when Bishop McKenzie, a rugged gunslinger with whom Lila had spent one passionate night, barged up the aisle and claimed the bride as his own. Too shocked to argue, Lila was swept away to Colorado, and the adventure of a lifetime.
I don't know what inspired me to buy this book but I am sure am glad I did. I enjoyed this book so much. What I enjoyed most about this book was the dialogue and descriptions. It is just a well written book and I am thrilled I stumbled upon it.