Unconventional and tomboyish, McKay Porter's dreams were never more complicated than living on the plot of land her father had set aside for her and being the wife of the man who helped run her ranch. Ashton Hurst only ever wanted to reclaim the land that was meant to be his, and the childhood home that had been kept from him for far too long. His grandfather's mandate being the only thing standing in his way. When McKay's prospects of becoming a respectable wife are challenged, her mother sends her back east to live with her aunt and uncle. Her plans are to behave long enough so that she can go home and set up her ranch as she always intended, but when she meets Mr. Hurst, she finds a challenge she's unable to pass up. And they both find out that they have been waiting for their unrealized dreams to come true.
- Paperback | 361 pages
- 155.96 x 233.93 x 20.83mm | 644.1g
- 01 Aug 2011
- London, United Kingdom