Lovely Roxana, Brilliant Roxana . . .
. . . a disgrace to her distinguished family.
For Roxana was defying her formidable father, the Honorable Supreme Court Justice Van Buren, by striking out on her own for the wild Southwest. Intent on the scandalous profession of newspaper reporter, she was determined to do the impossible -- interview the infamous Mexican revolutionary, Pancho Villa.
Yet the challenge of Villa paled beside that of Sam Brady -- the brash cowpoke, the brazen blond rogue haunting the seediest border cantinas, the blue-eyed knave who loved his whiskey, his women, and his freedom with equal abandon.
Roxana could handle the rough revolutionaries. She thought she could handle Sam Brady. But her untouched womanhood rioted under his gaze . . .