Linda Broday's sequel is a compelling tale of one woman's attempt to rekindle faith in the man she loves. Luke McClain is no longer the brash Texas Ranger we met in his brother's story; broken by false accusations, he now hunts for vengeance.

Glory Day is out to save her family ranch any way she can, and bringing in a famous outlaw is the surest bet. But Luke and Glory tangle, and she ends up shooting him then taking him in to recover. While in her care, he charms her entire family and offers what seems like victory.

But Glory can't trust Luke's generosity, not when she keeps a devastating secret sure to ruin what's left of her family. Between the greedy bank manager and an outlaw bent on revenge, Glory and Luke are forced to accept the help of family and friends before facing love's final test.

This tale is sure to touch western romance fans seeking a sentimental love story. SENSUAL (Aug., 352 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Anne Black