All Cassandra Wilde wants is to settle her estranged father's estate and head back home--even in a ranging blizzard. To her dismay, her return is put on hold when the details of the will force her into a partnership with the tall, handsome, cowboy of her childhood. Sage McKenna has grown up on the Parrish ranch with one dream: to inherit the land that Jake Parrish had promised years before when he killed Sage's father. Now, forced into ownership with the most delectable yet stubborn creature east of the Mississippi, Sage's lonely world is turned upside down.
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A comprehensive guide that defines the literature and the outlines the best-selling genre of all time: romance fiction. • A core collection list in chronological order • An exhaustive bibliographic listing of romance titles • Research materials and a brief history of the genre • Indexes organized by author, title, and subject
Rafe Sanders gets a violent introduction to ranch life when he's hired to help a young shepherdess named Casey Callahan, but all is not what it seems with Rafe. Both Casy and Rafe have hidden agendas. Both seek the same thing: Casey's brother, Michael, who is on the run from an embezzling charge. Rafe is a bounty hunter determined to bring him in, wile Casey is just as determined to prove her brother is innocent. As Rafe and Casey spar and circle, each is helpless to stop the inevitable as they fall in love, but events are closing in on them and their only choice is to join forces as partners in crime. . .
The papers in this volume reflect a broad topical range: how transportation issues associated with the movement of people and good into and out of upland areas affects the way hunter-gatherers behave, issues of social identity and group boundaries, basic issues of time-space systematic in the central Rocky Mountains, and the basic topic of food choice and the kinds of resources used by prehistoric peoples in the Intermountain West.