Only a year ago, Lili Ashford, "the Chicago Songbird," was one of the most celebrated entertainers on the Mississippi River circuit. Now, thanks to a vengeful suitor, Lili was hiding out in the remote town of Durango, Colorado and singing in a saloon. So when a handsome widowed rancher offered her a job as a governess, Lili accepted, though she didn't plan to stay long. She'd save her money then move on and pursue her singing career. But when Adam drew her into his arms for a first fiery kiss and she felt the heat of his tall, muscular body, Lili's heart began to sing a different kind of song-a song of passion!
Wealthy rancher Adam Wellesley needed a good woman to care for his four rowdy children...and maybe perform a few other duties on the side. The blonde songbird from the Diamond Belle Saloon-on the run and in need of a protector-was just the ticket.
I have the entire set of Wellesley Brothers books by Jane Kidder and found them to be thoroughly enjoyable. She doesnt get involved with a lot of farfetched villains. Just plain stories about relationships.
Like the others I started reading and couldn't put it down not my favorite of the seven but was the last of the group I read. Amd it didn't dissappoint.