THE COWBOYS: CHET
Melody Jordan is almost desperate enough to marry her neighbor, Lantz Royal, in order to save her ranch from rustlers, until her brother accidentally shoots a drifter looking to buy a horse.
All Chet Attmore wants is a new horse; what he gets is shot, and a chance to work on Melodys ranch. Though hed been a drifter, and a hired gunfighter, Chet does think about settling down, but never with a woman as fine as Melody. Still he cant leave her. When disaster strikes, Chet promises to stay until the are caught.
Not only is Lantz Royals son, Blade, a wild and willful young man with a grudge, but his brother Luke has been hired by Royal to run the rustlers down and keep Blade in line.
Chet is determined to leave as soon as possible, afraid of falling in love with Melody. But Melody has different plans. All she has to do is convince Chet that love is more powerful than anything else in the world.
Leigh Greenwood adds another memorable hero to his growing list of western men who win readers hearts. A strong western romance written from the male point of view, this tale will most certainly appeal to fans of western novels and cowboy movies. SENSUAL (Sep., 384 pp., $5.99)