The self-assured, fiercely independent Etta Hollister thinks she can run her deceased father's Texas ranch all on her own, but when the brooding, muscular Johnny Cheyenne arrives to offer her protection against enemies who want nothing more than to see her fail, she can't say no.
The amorous, all-consuming relationship that ensues between these two is perfectly realized by the up-to-the-task Christy Lynn, who's powerful, authoritative performance reflects both their insatiable passion as well as the vibrant landscape of the Old West in this satisfying listen.
Without much except lots of determination, feisty and independent Etta Hollister has been running the Flying H ever since her father’s death one year ago. But with the ranch struggling mightily and a powerful enemy whose only goal is to break her, Etta is at the end of her rope. She finds her salvation in a wounded half-Indian gunslinger, Johnny Cheyenne, a darkly handsome man with a mysterious fire raging behind his dusky bedroom eyes.
More than just security awaits the blond beauty when she enlists Cheyenne’s aid. There is a secret tenderness in him which just might join the two proud, lonely hearts forever.
©1994 Deborah Camp (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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