The two main characters meet - sort of by chance. Justin's brother wagers that he will fail at staying away from his new mailorder bride. The wager is over Justin's prize mare Moondancer. Little does he know his mail order bride is a nosy newspaper reporter who is about to uncover a big scam of mail order brides. Well they end up falling for each other - and each one finds out about the others secret
Cute story about a 'mistress' who is only out to do a slanderous story on mail order brides. But her 'intended' wasn't the one who wrote her - his brother did. Nevertheless, they soon find themselves hopelessly attracted to each other...
The mail order bride business was nothing but a scam. And newspaper reporter Casey Guthrie was ready to prove first hand that the ads from promising bachelors were nothing but lies. But when Casey arrived in Texas to meet her wealthy, handsome prospect, she ran into trouble. Tall, dark and irresistible Justin McCade was everything he'd claimed and more. And though Casey remained determined to find the fly in Justin's very tempting ointment, once she saw the smoldering wanting in his blue gaze and felt the heated massage of his determined fingers, she found it more and more difficult to deny this devils masterful seduction. Texas rancher and laywer Justin McCade was a true rakehell who seduced women with more ease than a stallion running through clover. And when his brother bet Justin he couldn't keep his hands to himself for one month, Justin's pride could not refuse. Then Justin discovered his brother had set him up with a mail order bride. At first, Justin had no problem refusing the prim Casey Guthrie, but as he observed her warm, sensuous nature, and found his attention lingering on her peach soft skin and ample curves all bets were off. But could Justin bed this spirited, delectable creature, without losing both his shirt and his heart in the process.