Book summary: York, the Renegade

1986 BY IRIS JOHANSEN

Tombstone and Dodge City have nothing on Hell’s Bluff. In #1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s scorching tale set in a rough-and-tumble mining town, passion takes a man and woman on one wild ride.

Knocking on a stranger’s door in the middle of the night—and in the middle of a storm—isn’t Sierra Smith’s idea of a good time. But she doesn’t need a warm welcome in York Delaney’s town, just the chance for her traveling troupe to perform . . . then they’ll move on. So where does the seriously gorgeous alpha rancher get the idea that Sierra needs protection? All her life, Sierra’s craved a place to belong. No matter what feelings York reawakens in her, that place couldn’t be Hell’s Bluff, could it?

After roaming the world for seven years, York has come home to the land he’s bound to by ties deeper than blood. He’s supposed to be soothing his restless spirit, not chasing after a big-eyed waif. But Sierra ignites a hunger he left behind long ago. Somehow, he must find a way to keep her in his life. Because if she leaves—taking his zealously guarded heart with her—there’ll be hell to pay.

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