As I told you there are three brothers, African-American, White and Native American, this one is about the Native American Shilah Wilde. These brothers were adopted from an orphanage and raised on a huge ranch. After their father's death, the three brother continue to horse-breed and successfully make the ranch one of the largest in the world. Shilah met Ellie as a child when she had an accident (notice how there's always some "accident" that these lucky women meet the men of their dreams!), and his was the first eyes she saw when she woke up. He didn't say anything then, he was only a child, but years later when he saw her again, he was still in love with her even more. Yeah, Yeah, I know, but its kinda of cooky and cute. They play "back and forth" and "forth and back" games until they realize they are truly in love. There is a dark side and it's the "bad" guys trying to take over the ranch with Ellie's help as a USDA agent, she is not aware of their plot. The book has a pretty good writing style and she actually adds a little twist with a "killer" on the lose. It's all good and sweet and for $3.99, if you are traveling on a plane, train, or the slow Greyhound bus, perish the thought will yah!, you will enjoy it. Like I said before, Mrs. Terry's sexually scenes should not be read in bed or around a man unless he is your husband or boyfriend. You will get some ideas so he better watch out.