From the USA Today bestselling author of This Gun for Hire and one of today's “premier western romance writers,”* a captivating new Western historical romance . . .
WHAT HE DOESN’T KNOW . . .
After a horse drags him through the countryside, Israel McKenna awakes bruised and battered in a field in Pancake Valley, Colorado. He can recall where he came from and where he was going, but the memory of how he came to be on the Pancake homestead eludes him. He’s certain he did something wrong to deserve such a harsh punishment—and so is the beautiful woman who reluctantly comes to his aid.
. . . COULD HURT HER.
Wilhelmina “Willa” Pancake must focus on running her family’s ranch. With Israel’s hazy memory, she is unsure if she can trust him, let alone handle the budding attraction between them. And as men fight to steal her land and the truth about Israel’s past rides toward them, love is a risk she cannot easily take.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.30(d)|
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A wounded man is found on Pancake land without his short term memory. Is he friend or foe? Regardless, this new protector is just what Willa Pancake needs now. (However, I'm disturbed by the reoccurring rape victim theme in Goodman's books.)
Great story. Great characters. Annalea and John Henry make the story though. But Willa and McKenna are wonderful romantic characters. It was good to see Quinn and Calico again too.
I have loved all of Jo Goodman's books.She continues with making all of the background ,the people , the animals have the feel of the era she is writing in.Thank you Jo Goodman for not just hurrying through your books.They make it to my keeper shelf everytime.