She'd known his type right from the start
When Charley Collins needed a cowboy for her Idaho ranch, she had no choice but to hire Shad Russell. He was a drifter and a loner--and undeniably attractive. Falling in love with a man like Shad would be asking for heartache.
"It's a fine life you lead, "she told him, "but it would be terrible for the girl foolish enough to think she could change you. "
"And you aren't a fool, " he replied. No, she wasn't a fool, Charley told herself. Bur that was before he kissed her ....