"Linda Broday’s heroes step right out of her books and into your heart." —JODI THOMAS, New York Times bestselling author
An outlaw intent on clearing his name,
A frightened woman determined to remember her past,
A threat neither can survive alone…
Welcome back to LEGEND country.
Outlaw Luke Weston survives by his wits. On the run for a murder he didn’t commit, the last thing he needs is to go looking for more trouble. But when Luke stumbles across a fiercely beautiful woman struggling against two heavily armed men, it’s obvious that trouble has found him.
After all, he never could resist a damsel in distress.
Josie Morgan’s distressed, all right—and hopping mad. She has no idea why she’s been kidnapped…or who she is…or why her body melts for the mysterious gunslinger who saved her life. But as the lost memories come tumbling back together, Josie is faced with the stark reality of why she and Luke can never be…even as her heart is telling her she will always be his.
Men of Legend Series:
To Love a Texas Ranger (Book 1)
The Heart of a Texas Cowboy (Book 2)
To Marry a Texas Outlaw (Book 3)
What People Are Saying About Linda Broday:
"The exciting plot, rich setting, and superb writing will delight fans of historical romances." —Publishers Weekly STARRED for Heart of a Texas Cowboy
"Fans of classic Western tales will delight in the rough-and-tumble world Broday creates." —RT Book Reviews 4 stars for To Love a Texas Ranger
"Poignant, dramatic and packed with action and mystery." —Addicted to Romance for Forever His Texas Bride
Broday's dramatic third Men of Legend romance (after The Heart of a Texas Cowboy) centers on Luke Weston, a half-Spanish outlaw on the 19th-century Texas frontier. Luke, who has been falsely accused of killing a federal judge, wants to clear his name, which means finding the real killer. But rescuing an amnesiac woman from a posse of thugs complicates his search. As Josie Morgan tries to regain her memory and they fall prey to their strong mutual attraction, the two travel all over seeking their answers. Luke's insistence that he is unworthy of love and unable to settle down comes across as a sincere, as do his fierce protection of the weak and powerful anger toward abusers. The pair encounter boastful bounty hunters and an abused little boy, navigate Luke's strained relationship with his father and half-brothers, and use Josie's impressive acting abilities and Luke's steely gunslinging to survive battles. This densely plotted historical continues Broday's tradition of well-realized, emotionally rich novels.