Big Sky Brazen












ISBN Digital: 978-1-61217-920-9
ISBN Print: 978-1-61217-919-3
Page Count: 348
Word Count: 90159
Rating: Spicy(PG13)


 

Montana Girl Series

After she discovers a cut fence and her horses missing, DeEtte hunts down the dirty outlaws who took the herd from her ranch, only to find things aren't as they seem. John, the man who stole her horses and her heart, must now prove he is indeed as innocent as he claims -- a task that makes it difficult for him to woo the headstrong woman.
Two-timing outlaws, deadly secrets, and finally DeEtte's ability to find danger in any situation challenge his love and determination. John needs to settle his score with a man from Texas, protect DeEtte not only from murderous outlaws but from other suitors, and meanwhile convince her he's trustworthy enough to marry.
Can he clear his name and at the same time keep her from running head first into a range war and possible death?

Rating: Spicy
Page Count: 348
Word Count: 90159
978-1-61217-919-3 Paperback
978-1-61217-920-9 Digital
 

Excerpt:

“Don’t do this. We have something special, you and I. Stay, and we’ll figure it out together. Let me help you.”

“You want to help me?” she asked, the tears threatening to fall again. “Then stay away. You’ve already done enough.”

“I can’t do that. I think I’m falling in love with you.”

“Don’t say that. You’ve lied to me since we met. Love doesn’t have a place for lies. Love demands respect and trust. Two traits you don’t possess.”

“What would you know about love that I don’t?” he said, running his hands through his hair. “For hell’s sake, you’ve never even been courted before.”

DeEtte glared at the man she once trusted and respected. Damn him! Damn the man for betraying her.

“I know more about love than you ever will,” she hissed. “People in love don’t keep secrets, and they don’t steal from each other.”

He grabbed her upper arms once more, preventing her from turning to run away.

“Don’t you touch me,” she yelled, her eyes tear-filled, and shoved him.

John stumbled back a few steps, hit the side of the bank, arms flailing, and his body lurched backward to disappear into the white of the river rapids below. She paused for a second, not sure whether she should try to yank him up or leave him for the fishes.




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