Hoping to cool off a twenty-five-year-old feud between two neighboring families, Cassie Stuart only succeeds in pouring kerosene on the flames. Both sides have warned her to get out of Texas pronto. . .or they will burn her father's ranch to the ground. What Cassie needs is a peacemaker but she... show more
Hoping to cool off a twenty-five-year-old feud between two neighboring families, Cassie Stuart only succeeds in pouring kerosene on the flames. Both sides have warned her to get out of Texas pronto. . .or they will burn her father's ranch to the ground. What Cassie needs is a peacemaker but she ends up with a widow-maker instead. He is called Angel , a ruggedly handsome hired gun with eyes as black as sin. Unwanted and unwelcomed by his ungrateful employer, he would just as soon leave Cassie to fend for herself. But a stubborn sense of duty , and a desire to taste the sweetness of her kiss steels Angel's resolve to make Cassie want him, come hell or high water. . .and for more than his gun alone.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1992-12-01
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
I quite enjoyed this book the second go round as I did the first about 10 years ago. It's about Angel, the mysterious gunman, and Cassie, the meddling western lady. It's one of those books where everything could be solved if they just said something, but normally while this bothers me, in this book ...
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This is one of the classic, old skool, historical romances. I bought it years ago, and had forgotten about it when I found it in the wardrobe at my mum's place. (My wardrobe there is BIG and filled with books.)I know from experience that some books doesn't survived the test of time. But I was happil...
This was the second time reading this book and I loved it just as much as the first time. I think it is my favorite Johanna Lindsey novel (so far). Great characters, fantastic chemistry, lots of emotion, and excellent plot. All around good fun.
Very good follow-up to Savage Thunder. Not so much adventure, but plenty of conflict and angst. I love the fact that Angel wouldn't admit his love, but took extreme measures to keep he connected to him
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