THE COWBOY WHO CAUGHT HER EYE
Robinson captures the wistful, long -ago world of the Dakota Territory in this delightful western. Fans of light, quick reads will enjoy the emotional and realistic detail and the charming characters.
Carter Buchanan’s newest assignment brings him to Huron, S.D., where he determines to discover the identity of a railroad thief. Molly is the oldest of three siblings and, since their parents’ deaths, she’s in charge of the family and their store. When Carter appears, she believes he’s just another spy in the railroad’s employ. The last thing she needs is another man — particularly when she’s hiding a secret that will certainly destroy everything she holds dear. But what if he can save her and her sisters and offer redemption? (HARLEQUIN, Jul., 300 pp., $6.50)