Feisty, capable western cowgirl Shiloh Drummond meets Texas Ranger Logan Hawk in the most unusual manner and she dislikes him from the get-go. First she thinks he is lying about who he is and second (or maybe tied for first) he is a man. At this point in her life, she hates all men and only wants to get home and settle into a life as a spinster. As they hide and run from a gang of outlaws who want Hawk dead, they must learn to work together even though they irritate each other a great deal. A great historical romance.
Good ranger novel. Would reccomend.
There were two issues that kept replaying in the book. Shiloh was betrayed by a New Orleans aristocrat and she didn't trust men. Logan Hawk, a Texas Ranger, reviewed how white men had betrayed the Indian. It just got old. There wasn't enough story to carry the pages.
Both characters were easy to like and to identify with; plus Logan's brother was interesting. However, the story spent most of its time mulling over whether or not the couple should make love. What action was in the story was good, however, there didn't seem to be enough plot to fill the pages.