Miller consistently produces wonderfully romantic, compelling historical romances, and her fourth Stone Creek western is no exception. It's a captivating tale in which Miller's astute attention to detail and vivid prose bring the characters to life with her trademark wit, warmth and charm.
Theirs is definitely not a marriage of convenience, especially with Gideon caught in the middle of a dangerous war between the miners and the owners and being stalked by a hired gun. And it's when things seem their worst that the lovers admit their love and stand together to overcome all obstacles. (HQN, Aug., 352 pp., $7.99)