White Feather Rock
In 1876, Miriam McIntyre left her sophisticated life in Baltimore to travel through the wilderness. A train robbery and murder place Miriam in grave danger. Using her wits, Miriam finds safety on a Colorado cattle ranch. The handsome owner, Hollis Debrot, is a problem. He rejects society's rules yet Miriam trusts him with her life. He could be her savior, or her downfall. More
Hollis Debrot, a strikingly handsome man who could turn any woman’s head, even after a three-month cattle drive, returns to his beloved Colorado ranch with a mangy beard coated in grime and a body odor that could empty a room of parlor maids. A hot bath, a soft bed, and solitude is essential, but his baby brother, Andy, who just graduated from college, has invited a meddling and distractedly tempting, young woman to live in their house.
Miriam McIntyre had a first-class education, refined manners, stunning blue eyes, and her family name meant something in Baltimore’s blue-blooded society. With that said, she was a miserable failure because instead of tending to a husband’s needs and raising babies, she was traveling to San Francisco for - dare she say it - for a job! But when her train is robbed and the conductor murdered, Miriam knows it is her duty to help catch the killer.
Miriam learns quickly that a dusty cattle ranch is far different from the sidewalks of Baltimore. Bigger sky. Bigger mountains. Bigger men! Even though Hollis appears coarse and unmannerly, Miriam recognizes the signs of a true gentleman underneath his Stetson and spurs. While a killer lurks nearby, Miriam and Hollis become hopelessly entangled – in and out of bed.
Hollis wonders if there is a future for a rough cow hand and a beautiful lady.
Miriam wonders if there is a future for a lonely woman and a handsome rancher.
The answer awaits at White Feather Rock.
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