Joyce Brandon

The Lady and the Lawman

A lady journalist finds love with a rough-riding ranger in this Western historical romance “so vibrantly written [it’s] like seeing a good movie” (Affaire de Coeur).
Arizona Territory, 1880. After attending college back east, Angie Logan returns to her family ranch in Durango. Her hometown has changed—and so has she. A vivacious young woman and professional photographer, Angie’s turned her childhood knack for trouble into a serious nose for news. But when riots break out against an influx of Chinese settlers, Angie doesn’t just get the story, she appeals to the governor for help. And help arrives in the form of the sexiest man Angie’s ever seen.
Lance Kincaid became a ranger to avenge the murder of the woman he loved. While in Durango to resolve the current upheaval, he catches the murderer’s trail. Now his revenge is finally in sight. Nothing will stop him from catching his quarry—except perhaps Angie, the mysterious woman whose awakened in him a stirring he thought he’d never feel again.
Winner of the RT Outstanding New Western Historical Author Award
“This heart-warming novel will hold a special place in readers’ hearts.” —RT Book Reviews
“One of the best historical romances to reach my reviewer’s stack in ages.” —Wayne Barton, Western Writers of America
“So vibrantly written it was like seeing a good movie. I wanted to read it again.” ―Barbara Keenan, Affaire de Coeur
557 printed pages
Original publication


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