Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Historical Romance
Heat Rating: 1
Six years ago Beth Jeffers fled her abusive husband. Now, she wants nothing more than to protect her son Davey and help her mother operate a boarding house. The women in her family have no luck with men, and she has no intention of letting any man mar her son's life. Not even Matt Petrov, no matter how much her heart urges otherwise.
Federal Marshall Matt Petrov fell in love with Beth the first time he saw her. She was another man’s wife, so he kept his longing to himself. But when he and the lovely widow cross paths again, he intends to seize his chance at happiness.
Caroline Clemmons' story of the old west was an adventure of romance and mystery. A wholesome story of better times when times were tuff but you always had a hero on a horse.
Beth Jeffers was a woman with a past she wants to put behind her with a husband that had nothing good in him. The only thing that came out of the marriage was her precious son Davey. She works night and days at her mother's boarding house trying to keep the gossip off the tongues in town.
Matt Petrov lived next door to Beth and her husband years earlier and hated how her husband treated her. So when he came into to Winton Crossing the last person he expected to see was Beth. But as soon as he did he knew that the love he felt for her was there. Through the years things didn't go as Matt planned and he knew that Beth deserved the best and he wasn't it.
When disaster strikes the boarding house again, Matt moved in for protection, not willing to let anything happen to Beth and her family. But when love comes into the equation there is no getting around it.
Helping a friend that was in Winton Crossing helped bring Matt a family he was happy to oblige.
This wholesome story was a wonderful read and I enjoyed it thoroughly.
5 Tea Cups!