Avon, Oct 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1817, Blythe sees a beautiful horse. The owner is Devlin who informs her that his steed is Flynn before he introduces himself. Devlin and Blythe are attracted to one another and cannot keep their eyes off on another at the evening's soiree. As their attraction grows over the next few days, he struggles with his need for Blythe and a disbelief that love exists. Worse he also concludes the object of his dreams seems to still pine for her former betrothed making anything permanent between this couple appears impossible.
This report prepared by Harriet Klausner