Crushed by Jackson Kane's abrupt departure years ago, horse trainer Shannon Wyoming never forgot him. So she's horrified by Jackson's equally sudden return, and his acceptance of a job on the family spread. Her grandfather wants to see Shannon settled, so he offers Jackson a share of the ranch in exchange for his promise to marry her. Before Jackson can process that, Shannon makes a counter-offer. The end result is the same -- matrimony, But things don't go exactly as anyone planned. Linda Goodnight's latest, Sometimes When We Kiss (3), is very traditional in approach and feel and will definitely be enjoyed by cowboy fans.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer