Book 2 -Kincaids series
Reforming a Rogue . . .
Sarah Kincaid wants only the simple things: a home, a family, and a place in the community, where she can set a good example and lead a moral life. So when she discovers that the terms of her mother’s will have made her the owner of a saloon, she is shocked. Even more shocking, however, is Sarah’s reaction to Nate Bartholomew, the son of her mother’s second husband. Tall, dark, and unmistakably tempting, Nate is a gambler by trade — and hardly an upright citizen. To counter her unbidden, and decidedly scandalous, feelings for him, Sarah vows to reform him instead — and finds him a surprisingly eager pupil!
. . . Is Easier Said than Done
Taking in a trio of starving orphans on the run from an unsavory gang is hardly the way to conduct a romance — if not a redemption — but Sarah and Nate soon learn that the only proper thing to do under the circumstances is to let love take them where it will . . . and get ready for a passionate adventure!