She writes in the western style
the woman lying unconscious on the nevada desert was kathy alexander, romance writer. the man who roared up on his harley-davidson and rescued her claimed to be lance reynolds. he was really steven winngate, entrepreneur and owner of a magazine that intended to expose the real kathy "brandy" alexander to her fans. had kathy staged the whole incident to get steven alone to convince him to withdraw the malicious article? and why wouldn't steven interfer with its publication what did he have to gain? having each learned the price of fame they endlessly circled each other, wary and uncertain,reluctant to be honest, seeking the truth without revealing the love they felt and hoped to discover. only janelle taylor could bring such warmth and passion to this contemporary-timless-battle of the sexes. a battle that steven and kathy could win gloriously-or lose painfully. once i started to read this book i found it hard to set down. i read it in one day. if you enjoy a wonderful romantic love story pick this book up. it's one you'll throughly enjoy.
Hidden identity...Harley riders...a romance writer stranded in the Nevada desert...just who is tricking who???
would their love be consumed in the valley of fire?