In a rugged Texas frontier town, a crafty widow sets out to find wives for her unruly brood of handsome sons.
Erotic spiritualist Rose Severin has everyone in Forth Worth, Texas, convinced she can speak to the dead. Everyone but Travis Burnett, a brusque rancher who´s determined to rid the town of charlatans like her--until he finds himself outfoxed by his own mother. Little does he know, Eugenia Burnett has decided it´s time her wayward eldest son took a bride, and the fiery Rose is just the woman for his headstrong heart. When Eugenia tricks him into putting the young woman under house arrest at the family ranch, Travis discovers that Rose is much more than a pretty hoax. In fact, she just might be the woman of his dreams.
Travis Burnett sees the world in black and white while Rose sees the world in vivid techni-color. They bring out both the best and the worst in each other, causing some of the funniest arguments I've read in a long time. For those who enjoy frontier romances, this is a great read. But if you enjoy spunky intelligent women, alpha men and sexy, laugh out loud dialogue this book is for you.