Union officer Daniel Jordan moved South to take possession of his cattle ranch-and to stake his claim on Adelaide Caton, the golden-haired spitfire who ran the neighboring spread. He had met her once, before the war, and never forgot how he savored her milk-white skin and reveled in her ecstatic embrace. Because she was his enemy, he had loved her and left her.
April 1990 : USA Mass Market Paperback
September 1985 : USA Mass Market Paperback