Beautiful Bad Man
by Ellen O'Connell
In 1866 two children shared desperate moments that changed their lives. For fifteen years, each dreams of the person the other other must have become. When Norah and Caleb meet again, she is a bitter widow, he is an unscrupulous gunman. Alternately angry and attracted, they form an uneasy partnership to hold Norah's land against a greedy neighbor. Their bargain never included love, or did it?