This book contains romantic sex, old west adventure, and raw cowboy humor.
324 pages; Easton Hearts Series
Roy eased the wagon slowly down the hill; he'd catch hell from Cal if he made "a damn thundering entrance" into town.
Through the dust of Main Street the men caught sight of a young woman on a white pony. Ned Kingman, Lola's hired man, was standing with his head bowed alongside her. A small group of men crushed in on the pair.
"Must be a new gal at Lola's," Roy drawled. "She's on the white -- means she's had, ah, no more than five men." He rolled his eyes and chuckled.
Cal didn't reply. He tipped his hat back, and leaned forward in the seat. Lola always introduced the new gals by strolling them down the street on a pony, always led by Ned.
"Saints be praised," muttered Roy, "we didn't smell this one two miles out."
"Hell Roy, they got to advertise somehow --"
Cal didn't finish his thought. The physical world had suddenly faded. His dark eyes were filled with a pretty young woman in pink, seemingly oblivious to the bustle around her. Sadness touched at the corners of her mouth, in the place where her lips curved into the soft skin of her cheeks . . .
His heart beating wildly in his ears, Cal stared. When she coyly looked up and acknowledged his presence, it felt like springtime rumbling over a long, lonely winter. Why was such beauty destined for Lola's?
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ABOUT THE SERIES
Long ago John Easton brought his bride to the western territory. There he made his fortune in a copper mining partnership, and he used the mining profits to purchase a ranch. After John was killed, his sons, Cal and Roy, took over running the operation. John's wife suffered a stroke shortly after his death, and while caring for her the Easton men adopted two trail-orphaned sisters, Sarah and Emily Anders. The Easton Hearts series is the story of this second generation. It tells the unique tale of how Cal and Roy built a family amidst the hardships of post-Civil War Montana.