Buck Star was a handsome cad with a love-'em-and-leave-'em attitude that had broken more than one heart. But when he seduced his wife's best friend, then abandoned her without a second thought, he sowed a harvest of misfortune that he would later be forced to reap. Honor Gannon had always doubted that any male could deserve the undying devotion her mother had felt for the lover who'd ruined her life. Yet when she arrived in Lowell, Texas, to confront her father, she found just such a man. Not Buck Star, but a dangerous-looking drifter who made her forget every lick of common sense she'd ever had. Losing herself in his dark, compelling gaze, she finally understood how a woman could give up everything for love and not regret a bit of it.
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