The powerful, deadly and gorgeous Sheriff Jericho Yates has
his wedding crashed at the altar when a beautiful stranger
is shot in the churchyard in Esperanza, Texas. Jericho's
intended bride Macy feels no love for him other than as a
close friend and takes this opportunity to cancel their
wedding. Jericho is completely in awe of the injured
amnesiac woman and feels protective of her, especially when
he learns she's two months pregnant.
The gorgeous woman is given the chosen name of Rosie and
kept in protective custody by Jericho as she strives to
recover her memory. Bullets fly and perilous chases ensue
as Rosie and Jericho find themselves constantly sought
after by her intended killers, who are determined to
retrieve what she has stolen. As they dodge dangerous
perils, Rosie and Jericho fall in love while fearing the
truth of her unknown past.
When Rosie sees a TV appearance by Governor Daniels of
Texas, partial flashbacks of her previous life appear. Upon
Jericho's insistence and Rosie's fearful reluctance, they
travel to Austin to confront Daniels, who is currently a
candidate for President. Rosie learns her real name is
Olivia Halprin and she's an employee of the Governor. The
shocking connection to the powerful man could change their
lives and crush Jericho's dreams.
As usual, Linda Conrad has written an exciting and
suspenseful love story to add to The Coltons series. Her
characters are warm and colorful. Rosie and Jericho are
portrayed as normal people caught up in surreal
circumstances with excitement and true love thrown in. The
storyline is terrific and it's really hard to put the book
down once you start it. I'm waiting in line for the next
book in the Colton miniseries.
Sheriff Jericho Yates was about to marry a friend as a
favor when a gorgeous damsel appeared, dodging bullets and
running for shelter. He had to help this woman who didn't
know who she was.
Rosie wished she could tell Jericho
why she'd been runningâ€”and how she'd ended up
She did know she was falling in love with the
handsome, engaged sheriff. Then Jericho's marriage was
called offâ€¦ and he showed Rosie how far he'd go to keep
her safe. But once her memory returned, would they lose
their chance for a future together?