Book 2 - Silken series
Fiona McFee had been just a girl when she first saw Jacob Grey - almost all of Jacob Grey - naked and tied up in a field of foxtails. Naturally, as an Irish con man's daughter, she refused to release the young deputy - while he sunburned his backside and swore never to forget her. He never did, though the little minx in the field didn't resemble the sensual, topaz-eyed hellion he tracked to Chicago years later.
Jacob had an offer that could change her life - a full pardon for both her and her father if she posed as a wealthy British widow and played poker like an ace on a tourist train heading West. His plan was to catch a counterfeiter; Fiona's scheme was to outfit herself in beautiful clothes, win her father's freedom . . . and outwit Jacob Grey. She didn't count on the wild card that sent her reeling - an instant attraction to the very large, very strong lawman who carried a very big gun. But the game she was entering was deadly, and before she or Jacob realized how high the stakes had soared, they were deeply in Jeopardy . . . in danger of losing their hearts and their dreams in a battle for their lives.