The Preacher's Daughter
When virtuous Hannah Bunch set out to trap herself a husband at the spinsterly age of twenty-six, she hardly dreamed shed be compromised by a smoldering, blue-eyed stranger. Her reputation shattered beyond all hope, she promises to honor and cherish him always — never suspecting that his first touch will spark an unquenchable flame and his secret will threaten her love, her future, and perhaps even her life.
From the moment he awoke to find a scandalously dressed woman lying next to him in the preacher's well house, Henry Lee Watson knew his days as a free man were over. He had willingly assumed the dangers of selling homemade moonshine in the Indian Territory, but never thought he'd lose his freedom in marriage to a preacher's daughter. Confused by her mixture of bold trickery and seeming innocence, drawn by her beauty, Henry Lee determined he could make a place for her in his life — without turning his life upside down. Then he got a taste of true passion, sweet as fine sherry, fiery as raw corn liquor, and he knew he must possess her body, heart, and soul — no matter what the cost.