By Beverly Jenkins
USA Today bestselling writer Beverly Jenkins returns with the 1st booklet in a panoramic new sequence set within the outdated West
Rhine Fontaine is construction the profitable existence he is continually dreamed of—one that is dependent upon him passing for White. yet for the 1st time in years, he needs he may possibly step out from at the back of the façade. the explanation: Eddy Carmichael, the younger girl he rescued within the desolate tract. Outspoken, defiant, and lovely, Eddy tempts Rhine in ways in which might fee him every little thing . . . and the associated fee turns out worthy paying.
Eddy owes her lifestyles to Rhine, yet she will not chance her middle for him. once she's kept adequate funds from her cooking, she'll depart this Nevada city and stream to California. irrespective of how good-looking he's, irrespective of how fiery the warmth among them, Rhine is not hers. Giving in for only one evening may perhaps quench this longing. Or it will possibly ignite an affair as reckless and impossible to resist because it is forbidden . . .
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