Stacy needed time to adjust
Stacy's world collapsed with the death of her father. She had to sort herself out; decide what she wanted to do with her life.
The secluded cabin in a Texas valley seemed a perfect place to think. But when Stacy met the arrogant rancher, Cord Harris, all her hopes of peace and serenity vanished. Especially when Cord said, "Go back to the city, where you belong."
It was exactly the wrong thing to say to Stacy. It made her fighting mad--and determined to stay!
Mills & Boon
Stacy Adams was a rich girl who was tired of her butterfly existence and wanted to sample real life for a change, so she courageously took herself off to Texas for a while to see how she could cope alone. It seemed less than fair, then, that she immediately fell fouled of the arrogant rancher Cord Harris, who made plain his disapproval and contempt of her.