A gripping new novel of the West featuring the cowboys of the Silver Creek by acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Lindsay McKenna, perfect for fans of the exciting novels of B.J. Daniels, Diana Palmer, and Delores Fossen.
Seeking an escape from her dark past, Carissa Taylor heads to Silver Creek to build a new life. For Cari, landing a job at a historic ranch just outside town is a dream come true, and a chance to put her beekeeping expertise to work. Not only does she feel at home in the ruggedly beautiful landscape, but she’s intensely drawn to rancher Chase Bishop, whose strong, steadfast nature quiets her unease. Maybe here she can finally be more than a hunted woman fleeing a vengeful killer—a man who’s been after her nearly all her life . . .
Chase didn’t dare open his heart again after losing his first love. Until Cari entered his life. Her gentle beauty and nurturing spirit call to him like no other. So when her enraged stepbrother breaks out of prison and comes prowling around Chase’s ranch, the former Marine goes into full protective mode, offering Cari the shelter of his home. But as the murderer’s deadly threats draw ever closer, suddenly Chase is calling on his own killer instincts, knowing he will stop at nothing to keep safe the woman who has captured his soul . . . “Series fans will be thrilled.”— Publishers Weekly
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lindsay McKenna is a pioneer of the romance genre, with over 175 titles to her credit and nearly 23 million books sold across 33 countries. Known as "The Top Gun of Women's Military Fiction," she was an originator of the military romance with her 1983 novel, Captive of Fate, and was the first bestselling women's fiction author to publish a novel as digital-only in 1999. Lindsay McKenna's father, who served in the Pacific theater during World War II, instilled a strong sense of patriotism and duty in his daughter, who is a U.S. Navy veteran. She served her country as a meteorologist in the Navy, and is dedicated to honoring our military men and women. Please visit her online at LindsayMcKenna.com.