The Cowboys #4
On Sale: April 30, 1999
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Melody Jordan would rather pack her bags and head back to
Virginia than marry a man she doesn't love. But her father
is dead and she can't leave her stepmother and two young
half-brothers to fend for themselves while rustlers steal
their cattle and the nearest rancher tries to steal their
ranch. Lantz Royal has made it clear he intends to get the
Spring Water Ranch one way or another. Which means Melody
either has to marry the man or get ready to put up the
fight of her life. Ignoring the advice of her foreman,
Melody has been managing the ranch since the death of her
father. She is desperate for help, but not desperate
enough to hire Chet Attmore, a man with a gun riding on
Chet Attmore is ready to hang up his guns and find a quiet
place to settle down where no one knows him. He's only
passing through and has no intentions of getting involved
in the troubles of the Spring Water Ranch or the pretty
young woman who lives there. Chet is not looking for
employment; he only wants to trade his tired horse for a
fresh one. Chet knows he's a gunfighter first and
foremost, and that alone will prevent him from having the
only kind of life he ever wanted. But all his good
intentions are lost when he gets pulled into the fray.
Soon he's in too deep to leave and his heart is hoping for
things his mind knows he an never have.
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