Under the big, bright Texas sky, a legacy is born. Take a trip back to Jacobsville, Texas, with these two classic stories where cowboys rope, ride and set hearts ablaze.
"The Founding Father" by Diana Palmer
It was a marriage of convenience. Big John Jacobs knew that a nearby railway would ensure his ranch's survival, so he reluctantly offered his hand to Camilla Colby, the sheltered daughter of a railroad tycoon. When a taste of Texas ranch life stirred Camilla's fiery spirits, Big John discovered he'd gotten much more than he bargained for.
"Justin" by Diana Palmer
Justin Ballenger was jilted by Shelby Jacobs, privilaged daughter of the Jacobsville fortune, for a wealthy playboy. After six resentful years, Shelby returned, penniless and alone. It was Justin's turn to sneer, but honor wouldn't allow it. He was sure he could never trust her again, but that old flame burned hotter than a three-alarm brush fire -- and Shelby had a secret that only fanned the flames.