LOVE WAS THE DEATH OF HER
Tracy Hill has lived eight lives--all of them disastrous--beginning in 1320 when her own knight in shining armor charged ver her with his horse in the dark. Since then, it has been one freak accident after another. Now, after the indignity of dying in a bowling ball accident while on a date with a cute new lawyer in her firm, Tracy Hill has had enough.
However, Heaven's "Resettlement Committee" has other plans. For her ninth life, she is promised health, wealth, and absolutely no chance at love, this time around. But they leave out one tiny, little detail: she's being sent to live in Montana, on a cattle ranch in 1875. At least they got the No More Love part right. Seth Murdoch is dangerously attractive--if you like the rugged cowboy type. Thankfully, Tracy doesn't.
It's soon clear, though, that this thoroughly modern woman and this nineteenth-century cowboy share more than growing desire, spitfire backtalk, and nights of sleepless longing. They share a star-crossed eternity. And maybe--just maybe--this time around, love...and Tracy, are here to stay.