They'd been like brother and sister. Then, when she as seventeen, in the middle of a hot summer night, their friendship became a passion they could no longer hide. She felt like a fool, because the next morning he was gone. Nine years later Savannah Beaumont was still telling herself she despised Travis McCord.
Now he had returned to the Beaumonts' California horse ranch, looking tired and beaten, world weary. Something was eating at him. Something involving her father ... the ranch ... political ambitions. Travis needed her help.
He'd lied to her. Used her. Left her. But despite her vows, she was falling in love with him again.