There's no place like home. . .
Ivey Heller had left Cheyenne in a wedding dress--but without a groom! She'd narrowly escaped marrying the wrong man, and she couldn't think of anything to do but go home to Elk Creek. Ivey vowed she was finished with men. But then she met Cully Culhane, and she began to have second thoughts about her grand plan. Could the cowboy win over the reluctant bride?
He was her first love. Her heart and soul. And abandoning Clint Culhane was the hardest thing young Savannah Heller had ever done. Until, fifteen years later, she came back to Elk Creek--and the anguish in Clint's eyes. Could Clint forgive the guilty secret that had wrenched her from his arms? Would she ever taste his precious kisses again? Or would Savannah have to leave her beloved cowboy behind. . .the second time around?