A RUTHLESS WOMAN OF BUSINESS
Lorilee Auburn was known around Wyoming Territory as the "Cheyenne Lady", daughter of an English baroness. She owned vast interests in railroads, timbering and the largest bank in Cheyenne. With her friends from England, Tilda and Gideon Hercules St. John (Sin) accompanying her, she had come to America to prove herself worthy of being Miranda Auburn Caruthers' daughter. Lori earned her success in business by being shrewd and independent while competing in a man's world. She vowed never to marry.
A MYSTERIOUS ENGLISH REMITTANCE MAN
Exiled by his noble English family, Bart Fletcher found himself stranded in Cheyenne after being evicted from a train for winning too much at cards. The charming rogue soon became the town's most successful gambler. Rumors abounded about the Englishman's past. Why had he been paid to live far from home? Yet ladies and other female residents found such a handsome devil irresistible. He enjoyed his freedom and vowed never to marry.
A SCANDALOUS ROMANTIC BARGAIN
The moment Lori and Bart saw each other, both became fascinated by their strong attraction. But for being educated in England, they were polar opposites in every way. Lori found for the first time in her life she wanted to know the secrets of bedroom pleasure. Bart offered to teach her. Their clear understanding was that the secret trysts would never lead to a permanent relationship—until Bart realized that he had fallen in love with his remarkable and headstrong…