The Scout's Bride
Jack Bellamy Could Strike Fear In The Toughest Heart
But the widow Emerson could hold her own against any man--even a brawny giant in buckskins, though in truth, his blue-eyed glance had her considering his offer of protection with a lot more than coldhearted interest.
Rebecca Emerson Had A Stubborn Streak A Mile Wide
Yet army scout Jack Bellamy saw the delicate prairie rose beneath the prickly exterior. Someone had to convince her that the western frontier was no place for a woman alone, and it looked as if he was just the man.