Four fiercely independent cowboys must learn to trust if they hope to find love.
FIRE AND RAIN
Luke MacKenzie was haunted by the Rocking M's legacy of grinding women into dust. He has vowed never to marry--the bitter legacy of the Rocking M will end with him--until Carla arrives. His best friend's little sister has grown up. Now Luke must choose between Carla and the ranch that is part of his soul.
Tennessee Blackthorn is ramrod for the Rocking M, a remote western ranch where Anasazi ruins have recently been discovered. His new job is to protect the ruins and the delectable blond archaeologist who wants nothing to do with him.
Cash McQueen had learned the hard way not to trust a woman. When he met Mariah MacKenzie, he thought she was like nearly all the women he had known, looking for a man to take care of every little thing for her. Mariah had come to the Rocking M looking for the brother she adored. Instead, she found Cash. Together they look for Mad Jack's lost gold mine and find instead a blazing passion. But will passion be enough to convince a hard-rock miner like Cash to trust her, to return her love?
Nevada Blackthorn has spent too many years in too many war zones. He no longer believes in anything except his family. Then he meets Eden. He fights their mutual attraction as savagely as a wolf in a trap. She knows there is no guarantee that her love will be returned, yet still she loves.
|Publisher:||Two of a Kind, Inc.|
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About the Author
Elizabeth Lowell, the pen name for the writer Ann Maxwell, is the prolific author of science fiction, romance, and mystery novels. There are more than 30 million copies of her books in print, and they have appeared on bestseller lists around the world. She has written several romance series, among them the Donovans series and the St. Kilda’s series.
Date of Birth:April 5, 1944
Place of Birth:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Education:B. A., University of California, 1966
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved this collection of books by Elizabeth Lowell.
Return to it often over the years and always find something new to enjoy. Would love to add Utah's story to the set.
I hate being “strong-armed” into sentences.
The first story was simply repeated with different names. I enjoyed the stories but feel there would not be much there if you took all the too descriptive sex out. I would enjoy more story and less sex.
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