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Love is all they have, and it's all 20-year-old Bess Dulaney thinks she needs from Hunter MacDougall. But Hunter knows he cannot provide Bess with the life she deserves, and his pride stands between them and the future they both desire. Then tragedy strikes, leaving Bess with no memories of her life or the man she wants to share it with. Suddenly, Hunter finds himself forced to put his faith in the passion that he can no longer deny. With one last chance at the love he has always longed for, Hunter must convince the girl who adored the boy he was to once again fall in love with the man he has become.

©1999 Janis Reams Hudson (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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"Every once in a while an author arrives with the rare talent to combine reality with romance. This is Janis Reams Hudson." (RT Book Reviews)

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Except for the bad language I would have given it a 4 star. But that language didn't advance the story, in the cave of Bess it degraded her character & every time I heard inappropriate words it jerked me out of the story. I suspect the language choice was an editorial one, moving the story into more "liberal minded or modern may be a better term " yes modern day reader who is used to it & expects it. For a historical/western I think it was a. bad move. Don't think I'll be the only one to feel this way either.