Years ago, pretty Kendra Shepherd had a real crush on Hutch Carmody. Hutch was tall, handsome and rich, but he was also wild and reckless, too. These were qualities Kendra didn’t appreciate in a man whom she hoped to marry.
Kendra had been abandoned by her mother, who left the waif on her grandmother’s doorstep. Reluctantly, Grandma Shepherd put a roof over Kendra’s head, fed and clothed her sure enough, but Kendra couldn’t help feeling she’d never be as good as her neighbors. Perhaps there was some reason why her own mother couldn’t abide her company, something seriously wrong with Kendra herself.
No wonder Kendra was fine pickings for Jeffrey, who swept her off her feet before Kendra realized what was happening. Unfortunately, Jeffrey made a habit of sweeping a lot of young ladies off their feet and her philandering husband had even sired a daughter, Madison. When her husband died, Madison was the single element left of her husband’s brief life. Madison’s mother was only too happy to give up the four year old and Kendra adopted the young girl.
Kendra wanted to create a stable home for little Madison, the kind of home she’d never had. For that, Kendra knew she’d have to return home to Parable, Montana and face the demons of her past. Unfortunately, that would also throw her into close proximity with Hutch Carmody.
Kendra couldn’t help wondering whether the years had been kind to Hutch. Had the handsome man mellowed at all or was he still a hell raiser? Despite everything that had happened, Kendra feared she was still thirsty for love, a desire which could only be quenched by Hutch Carmody.
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