SHE WAS A WOMAN WHO MADE HER OWN LAWS . . .
Writer of novels about renegade gunmen, J. Whitney Bradford yearns to meet the real thing -- and the legendary exploits of a half-Apache outlaw beckon her from New York to the dangerous frontier. From her first glimpse of the notorious Cutter, sparks of fury and outrage assail her, but his dangerous virility brings a tingle of unexpected desire!
HE WAS A MAN WHO BROKE THEM ALL . . .
As fierce as the West that spawned him, Cutter answers to no man -- and especially to no woman. He'd be hanged before he tells his life story to a society lady like Miss Bradford. But she's headstrong and bold, every bit his match, and her breathtaking beauty is a tempting invitation!
A MAN CALLED CUTTER
When Cutter mocks her business proposition, Whitney vows to bend him to her will -- until he bravely rescues her during a bloody raid and she learns to trust her savage protector. As they flee across the cruel Arizona Territory, torn between love and hate, they find a haven in each other's arms and in a passion as glorious as the desert sunrise . . .