Boston heiress Blaze Braddock and Absarokee chief Jon Hazard Black go head to head (sensuously) when her family's coal mining business intrudes on Hazard's land in Montana. Feisty Blaze believes she can convince Hazard to sell his tribal lands, but gets a rude, and arousing, awakening when Hazard holds her hostage during negotiations. Locked in Hazard's cabin, he tries not to take advantage of their private situation. He fails, and both characters experience steamy sex and love for the first time.
Winner of the 1989 Quill Award from Affaire de Coeur for "All Time Best 80s Historical Romance", this engrossing novel is well researched and expertly written.
This report prepared by Isabella Roux