New Yorker Dierdre Brown was an independent modern-day woman. She didn't need a man for anything, not love, not money - not anything. So when a twist of fate cast her back in time to the wild Nebraska plains, she was sure that with the fierce determination she'd learned on the city streets, she'd find her way back home.
But in the meantime, she needed to learn how to live on the lonely prairie homestead in a time when women were women and men were cowboys. And one such cowboy, handsome Jesse Colburn, was as determined to help her survive on the land as she was to do it alone. But when he took her in his arms on the wide-open grassy plain, she felt an intensity, a passion in his embrace that she had not known in the men of her own time. And when his lips brushed against hers in the sweetest of kisses, she began to wonder if this was where she belonged:close to the earth, close to Jesse; where she was truly at home in the circle of his strong and tender arms.
This paperback is in very good condition with faint spine creases.