The freedom of the range, the bawling of the longhorns, the lonesome night watch beneath a vast, starry sky -- they get into a woman's blood until she knows there is nothing better than the life of a cowgirl ... except the love of a good man.
Drew Townsend wants to buy a ranch close to Jake and Isabelle. In order to earn the money to pay for it, she goes to work for Earl Odom's Wild West Show as the sharpshooter.
Cole Benton, an undercover agent for the United States government, has been given the job of arresting the leader of a gang that has been robbing banks all over the Midwest. He has just three solid clues. The leader is a woman, she's a top-notch marksman, and the robberies always take place in the vicinity of the Wild West Show's performances. His top suspect is Drew Townsend. Pretending to be an amiable drifter, Cole gets a job in the Wild West Show.
As the main attraction for the Wild West show, sharpshooter Drew has faced her share of audiences. Yet when Cole Benton steps into the ring and challenges her to a shooting contest, she feels as weak-kneed as a newborn calf. It can't be stage fright -- she'll hit every target with deadly accuracy -- can it be love? Despite her wild attraction to the mysteriously handsome Texan, Drew refuses to believe in romance and all its trappings. But when the cowboy wraps his strong arms around her, she knows that she has truly hit her target -- and won herself true love.