Secrets and seduction thrive in Montana in this thrilling new novella from New York Times bestselling author B.J. Daniels
Billie Dee Rhodes moved to Gilt Edge, Montana, from Texas in search of a new start, and she found it in a cook-wanted sign in the window of the Stagecoach Saloon. She jokes that she’s looking for a cowboy and love, and when it walks in the door in the form of retired rancher Henry Larson, she gets more than she bargained for. But when Billie Dee’s past starts catching up with her and Henry proves to have secrets of his own, has love come too late?
I absolutely love anything that Ms. Daniels writes. My only compliant, it was short. I love the intrigue and suspense that is in each book. There is always a lot going on. This one, not so much. Would I delete a star, no as the book is wonderful! I loved Henry and Billie Dee. I fully loved having two mature protagonists instead of younger characters. As someone who is in her 50's, it is nice to see that authors believe we older people can find first, second or even third love at our age. I mean we are dead yet!!!!
This book also was written with dual POVs. It really helps to get to know the characters, their thoughts and actions so much better. I highly recommend!!!!!
I purchased this book from Harlequin.