SHE BELONGED TO HIM BODY AND SOUL--
IF SHE DIDN'T SHOOT HIM FIRST!
Rand Logan had left Claire Parmalee heartbroken and alone on her wedding night--an abandoned bride whose scandalous, hastily arranged marriage made her the object of cruel scorn and mockery.
Claire had dreamt of Rand's return, imagined a broken man begging for forgiveness. But when he did return--to find his unkissed bride in a delectable state of undress--he didn't look like broken man. And he sure as hell wasn't begging for anything.
After six long years, Rand Logan had come home to claim his bride.
Tossed into a storm of longing, hurt, and humiliation, Claire was as angry as a polecat and just as hard to hold. But nothing could chase Rand away now. Not Claire's spitfire defenses, not his mission to bring a man to justice (and especially not the white-hot desire ignited by the love that had long ago branded them both (.