The Texas Rangers seems the perfect place for an angry young man with enough bitterness to poison the Rio Grande. Micah Sinclair has been battling someone all his life. He blames his father for his mothers death. He hates the Mexicans for the massacre he survived because his uncle made himself a human shield. He was just a teenager when he teamed up with a band of rustlers, and a twist of fate saved him from hanging before his twenty-first birthday.

Lucinda Maria Bonny Maccallum, heiress to one of Texas finest ranches, is intrigued by the sharp-shooter who saved her life. Micah put a bullet in the temple of the Commanche whod taken her prisoner. But the man is a rustler! Then she discovers Micah is a Texas Ranger and sorely in need of a friend and a Savior.

An engaging sequel to Texas Angel, this romance illuminates forgiveness and reconciliation. Judith Pella has created another fine historical. (Jul., 352 pp., $10.99)

Reviewed by: 
Roberta Blair