He was strong, seductive and stubborn. She was shy, unassuming and achingly innocent. Together, next-door neighbours Jordan Powell and Libby Collins were like oil and water. Yet when Jordan made it his personal crusade to help Libby hold on to her beloved homestead, the taciturn rancher couldn't deny the exquisite tenderness that surged through him every time he pulled Libby into his powerful embrace. But a cattleman's pride was a force to be reckoned with. Could Libby accomplish what no woman had before and tame this rancher’s restless heart?
Note: a Long, Tall Texan novella ~ 121 pages
Hank Shoeman, of the Desperado Rock group and song writer, is being spied upon, probably by a sensation-seeking reporter in his Colorado retreat. He is going to protect Amanda Sutton [of Sutton's Way] from the press as she is having a difficult time with her pregnancy. He grins, as he decides to abduct the reporter. A snow storm is coming down the mountain at the time and after he, a big bear of a man — 6 foot 5, carries Poppy O'Brien into his cabin an avalanche takes out the power — oh boy, no electricity. Strangely, Poppy does not feel physically threatened by Hank. He does try to convince her to exercise sexual freedom but she refuses. She is waiting for a husband and marriage.