In book 1 of this hot new contemporary Western sentiment arrangement by two blockbuster writers, a cattle rustler and a lady on the run stand firm and battle for affection.
Carlin Reed lives in fear, off the lattice, moving from place to put. So Battle Ridge, Wyoming, a residential area amidst no place, appears like a decent place to go underground for some time. Yet, in the wake of getting to be cook and maid to cows farmer Zeke Decker, Carlin presumes that she’s committed her first error. Rough, provocative, and too diverting for his own great, Zeke is unadulterated enticement blended with something profound and primal that influences Carlin to feel relatively sheltered. Before long things are getting much excessively hot in the kitchen.
Zeke doesn’t challenge Carlin’s terms: money, dead jolts, and no inquiries. It is anything but difficult to see that she’s a lady in a bad position. Issue is, he’s so caught unaware by his appreciation for her he can’t think straight. Zeke tries to remain all business, no intricacies—however that course of action is disrupted the second Carlin gets under his skin. What’s more, when her frightening past takes after her to the farm, Carlin faces a lamentable decision: flee from the man she adores, or place him in the line of sight of a crazy person.