What do an archaeologist from Back East and a cowboy from
the empty corner of Oregon have in common? Not much, except
the waterhole that Rock McConnell needs for his cattle and
Genny Forsythe must approve. First she has to make sure
there are no prehistoric petroglyphs near the site, and
that could take months of study. Now Rock isn't against
preserving the past, but his cattle are getting mighty
Genny's youthful dreams were filled with cowboys, tall,
lean, laconic, and Levi'd. Rock is all of them rolled into
one gorgeous, virile man. .Her silvery hair and painted
fingernails tell Rock that she doesn't belong in his
beloved Owyhee Country, but his body sings another tune,
one of immediate, demanding hunger for her kisses--and
Though Genny's elegant Aunt Sophie and Pancho, Rock's
cook , conspire to bring East and West together, Rock and
Genny find plenty of reasons to stay apart. She has had her
fill of dominant males, and Rock is about as dominant as
they come. He knows that delicate, feminine women can't
last in the harsh environment of Owyhee Country. So Genny
stops trying to prove herself to Rock, and he does his best
to put her out of his mind.
But love will not be denied. Someone's got to bend.
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