Slow Burn . . . With the inheritance of half her uncle's Wyoming spread, Sybil Cameron felt she'd gained her independence at last. Then she met her partner — a man who firmly believed a woman had no business running a ranch. Determined to prove Burch Randall wrong, Sybil set about learning to shoot a rifle and drive a herd. She vowed to keep her cool no matter what. Yet as Burch's muscular arms closed around her and his gray eyes bored into hers, a deliciously hot feeling coursed through her body.
A Sudden Spark . . . To Burch, Sybil was a wild filly: spirited, headstrong, and in need of a mans brand. If he was forced to share the Elkhorn ranch, he wanted a part of its beautiful owner, too. But he soon learned this was one woman not to be tamed. In fact, he found he gloried in her passionate abandon, reveled in her raw courage, and wanted nothing more than to take her and set the prairie ablaze in a . . . WYOMING WILDFIRE