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It is June of 1886. Amanda Conroy a well-bred Fort Worth beauty from a proper family is abandoned at the altar on her wedding day. Mitch Peterson is a wealthy mine owner and rancher who was dumped by the woman he thought wanted to marry him. These two wounded people wind up in the same saloon, on the same night prepared to drown their sorrows in bottles of whiskey. The nex It is June of 1886. Amanda Conroy a well-bred Fort Worth beauty from a proper family is abandoned at the altar on her wedding day. Mitch Peterson is a wealthy mine owner and rancher who was dumped by the woman he thought wanted to marry him. These two wounded people wind up in the same saloon, on the same night prepared to drown their sorrows in bottles of whiskey. The next morning they wake up naked in the same hotel room, and appear to be married. Amanda is horrified and ashamed and Mitch wants to go back to his home in Arizona Territory and forget it ever happened. Mitch's partner Billy Laughlin and Amanda's sister Kate Guthrie are working behind the scenes to open the eyes of these two who are the only ones who can't see how perfect they are for each other. As they start to discover these feelings are more than just lustful attraction, a tragic event and people from the past drive them apart. An ultimatum forces them to face the truth of what the future holds for them. Can they overcome the complications they can’t avoid? A handsome, rugged man and a beautiful, self-assured woman attempt to resist the formidable temptation of vague erotic memories from a night of whiskey fueled passion, while they deal with beginning life with a complete stranger. These two proud, confident individuals are thrust into a set of bizarre circumstances including a face-saving wedding farce, a kidnapping, epic storms and Apaches.


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It is June of 1886. Amanda Conroy a well-bred Fort Worth beauty from a proper family is abandoned at the altar on her wedding day. Mitch Peterson is a wealthy mine owner and rancher who was dumped by the woman he thought wanted to marry him. These two wounded people wind up in the same saloon, on the same night prepared to drown their sorrows in bottles of whiskey. The nex It is June of 1886. Amanda Conroy a well-bred Fort Worth beauty from a proper family is abandoned at the altar on her wedding day. Mitch Peterson is a wealthy mine owner and rancher who was dumped by the woman he thought wanted to marry him. These two wounded people wind up in the same saloon, on the same night prepared to drown their sorrows in bottles of whiskey. The next morning they wake up naked in the same hotel room, and appear to be married. Amanda is horrified and ashamed and Mitch wants to go back to his home in Arizona Territory and forget it ever happened. Mitch's partner Billy Laughlin and Amanda's sister Kate Guthrie are working behind the scenes to open the eyes of these two who are the only ones who can't see how perfect they are for each other. As they start to discover these feelings are more than just lustful attraction, a tragic event and people from the past drive them apart. An ultimatum forces them to face the truth of what the future holds for them. Can they overcome the complications they can’t avoid? A handsome, rugged man and a beautiful, self-assured woman attempt to resist the formidable temptation of vague erotic memories from a night of whiskey fueled passion, while they deal with beginning life with a complete stranger. These two proud, confident individuals are thrust into a set of bizarre circumstances including a face-saving wedding farce, a kidnapping, epic storms and Apaches.

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    DENISE VAUGHN

    Thoroughly enjoyed this first novel! Ms. Vaughn did a great job developing her characters and bringing the locations & period to life. I look forward to her next story!

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