Best known for her romance novels set in the American old west, Linda Lael Miller was raised in the small wilderness town of Northport, Washington. Her first novel, FLETCHER'S WOMAN, was published in 1983, and she is also the author of such popular works as THE LAST CHANCE CAFE, MY OUTLAW, and TWO BROTHERS. Miller maintains a scholarship foundation which offers financial aid to "women who seek to better their lot in life through education."
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The past has a way of catching up with folks in Stone Creek, Arizona. So schoolmarm Lark Morgan and Marshal Rowdy Rhodes are determined to hide their secrets - and deny their instant attraction. That shouldn?t be too hard, since each suspects the other of living a lie. Her too-fancy clothes and big-city ways inspire gossip all over town; his blond good looks and impudent grin belong to a man sporting a gunfighter?s coat.But Rowdy and Lark have one truth in common: the very real dangers they face. Like the gang of robbers wreaking havoc on the railroad heading toward Stone Creek - the men Ranger Sam O?Ballivan expects Rowdy to nab. And as past and current troubles collide, Rowdy and Lark must surrender their stubborn pride to the greatest power of all - an undying love.