The ever popular secret-baby
scenario makes its way into Cowan's endearing western love story. This
perfectly tuned, sweet and wholesome Americana romance has some suspense and is a lovely, quick read.

When a baby is left on his doorstep, rancher Jake Ross needs a nurse/housekeeper -- and quick! The only woman who suits his needs is newcomer Emma York.

Even the baby quiets at her touch. Jake is enchanted by Emma, and despite a rash of unusual robberies, a gunshot wound, trouble with his ex-brother-in-law and guilt over his wife's death, he can't stop dreaming of holding her in his arms. But Emma isn't what she seems, and the truth of her identity haunts them. (Harlequin, Aug., 300 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin