A poignant tale of hope and healing -- a classic love story from a true master of unforgettable, emotionally rich romantic fiction, New York Times bestselling author.
Caitlin O'Shannessy's late father left her with many things: a Colorado ranch, enduring memories of pain and sadness, an unshakable mistrust of men ... and an adversary.
Ace Keegan has returned to No Name, too late to enact a rightful vengeance on his most hated enemy. The man who put a hole in Ace's life is dead, leaving a daughter behind to run the family enterprise. Though proud and strong as well as beautiful, Caitlin is caught off guard when Ace's calculated anger inadvertently destroys her good name. But Ace Keegan is a man of honor, determined to make amends by marrying the enchanting lady he wronged -- and to nurture with patience and love the light she guards in her damaged heart until it blazes with the power of a thousand suns.
About the Author
Catherine Anderson was born in Detroit, Michigan, daughter of a newspaper reporter and a school teacher. She moved to Kansas City, Missouri where she finished high school. She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri, and a graduate degree from Syracuse University. She lived in the Boston area for twenty-two years, working with new immigrants and refugees as a teacher, writer, and health care rights advocate. She has been doing similar work for the last ten years in Kansas City, Missouri, employed by the city's main refugee resettlement organization. She has published two full collections of poetry, IN THE MOTHER TONGUE (Alice James Books, 1983) and The Work of Hands (Perugia Press, 2000).