SHE'D LOST HER RENEGADE PLAYERBut Willy Silverthorne Faulkner had kept on going--now sadly widowed, butstill possessing that same lazy, loose-jointed walk that drove men wild. Herindependent life on the Carolina coast suited her languid leanings justfine. Then into her life of ease dropped Bainbridge Scott. Angry, surly andrude, Bain was like a bear with a wounded paw, lashing out at anyone whoventured too close. But Willy refused to be baited. Somehow he'd found hisway into her heart. His rare and sudden smiles ignited her, telling her thatthis was love... but Willy, of all people, knew how devastating love couldbe.
Used availability for Dixie Browning's Stormwatch
November 1984 : USA Mass Market Paperback