Synopses & Reviews
Zack Rawlins didn't become the youngest president of the Bandera County Cattlemen's Association by backing down from a challenge. So when beautiful but hot-tempered sheepherder Bailey McShane barged into the cattlemen's saloon and accused them of stealing precious water from her land, he waded into the fray...and came out in a heap of trouble. With drought-stricken Bandera County on the brink of a range war, no self-respecting cattleman would be caught dead
taking sides with a woman who raises sheep--but Zack can't stay away from this pint-size wildcat. Now he's facing two dangerous battles: one with a town full
of stubborn ranchers at one another's throats; the other with an unpredictable woman who refuses to be tamed.
MacKenzie "Mac" Sinclair is cursed. So is the whole Sinclair family. Ever since her great-great-grandfather Peregrine returned from an expedition to the Maya ruins with half of a mysterious pendant-and without his partner, Liam O'Shea-they've been haunted by misfortune.
That's why Mac's beloved grandfather wants her to undertake a solo expedition . . . to return the pendant to the ruins of Tikal and to find a way to atone for whatever part Peregrine played in Liam's disappearance. But when Mac braves the hot, steamy, primitive jungle, something extraordinary happens: she blunders into the arms of an eerily familiar explorer.
Now she's in for more adventure than she bargained for. Because she's found Liam O'Shea . . . alive, well, and seductively real. In the year 1884.