With his itch to travel spurring him on, young Colton McLean had vowed to wear blinders against sweetly tempting Cassie Aldridge. But one moonlit Montana night, passion had galloped out of control--and she'd tried to rope him into marriage. Refusing to listen, refusing to forgive, he'd cut loose and run.
Now, years later, an eyeful of the woman Cassie had become told him he was still a slave to desire. She swore she'd never tried to tie him down, that love could set a person free. Suspicion and yearning warred in his gut. Had he been wrong all this time? And, if so, would Cassie ever him back into her tender embrace?