Synopses & Reviews
It was the kind of encounter Billie had seen only in the movies, and never dreamed could happen to her. A rugged, sexy cowboy appeared from out of nowhere to stir her passions -- and then, just as quickly, he was gone. For one brief moment in time the wall Billie had built around her heart tumbled, though she believed their fiery passion would forever be no more than a bittersweet memory.
But fate leads her to a sprawling Texas ranch, and he is there again -- Matt, her handsome, mysterious stranger, the best thing that had ever happened to her. And now a voice inside her is telling her to run fast and far away. But Matt let Billie go once he's not going to make the same mistake again -- because nothing on earth will stop him from grabbing a second chance at love.
Fate leads a woman to a sprawling Texas ranch where she meets the rugged, sexy cowboy she had briefly encountered during a chance meeting. Although he's the best thing that ever happened to her, a voice inside her tells her to run. But nothing on Earth will stop him from grabbing a second chance at love. Reissue.
About the Author
With over fifty books in print, award-winning author Sharon Sala, who also writes as Dinah McCall, still has to remind herself from time to time that this isn't a dream.
She learned to read at the age of four and has had her nose in a book ever since. Her introduction into romance came at an early age through the stories of Zane Gray, Grace Livingston Hill and Emily Loring. Her pride in contributing to the genre is echoed by the letters of her fans.
She's a four-time RITA finalist, Winner of the Janet Dailey Award, three-time Career Achievement winner from Romantic Times magazine, four-time winner of the National Reader's Choice Award and five-time winner of the Colorado Romance Writer's Award of Excellence, as well as numerous other industry awards.
Her books are regularly on bestseller lists, such as the New York Times extended list, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, Waldenbooks mass market, and many others.
She claims that, for her, learning to read was a matter of evolution, but learning to write and then being published was a revolution. It changed her life, her world and her fate.