“A western romance true to the enchanting landscape of New Mexico and as fired with sexual tension as a starry western sky.” —RT Book Reviews
New Mexico Territory, 1879. Will Radnor has never stopped looking for Charles Martin Kane, the man who murdered his father back in Philadelphia. Following the first good lead he’s had in years, Will accepts a position with a law firm in Santa Fé. But in Chimayo, a golden-haired cowgirl dressed like Billy the Kid climbs into the stagecoach and changes his life forever. Then he learns her name.
Priscilla McCain has realized her dream to become the best danged cowgirl in New Mexico Territory, following in the boot steps of her beloved father, Charlie McCain . . . otherwise known as Charles Martin Kane.
Greenhorn lawyers aren’t usually Priscilla’s type. But Will is tall and handsome, and soon even wild horses can’t keep them apart. As Will’s love for Priscilla grows, he knows the time will come when she must choose between him and her father, and either choice will be disastrous for everyone. With justice finally in sight, can he forego his revenge for the woman he loves?