Good. 303 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; Slater was a Texas Ranger, the only law in a kind where men were men and women were loose. Except for Victoria Stafford. Victoria was like a flower in the desert, soft and lovely in a way that threatened any man with a healthy fear of being fenced in. She was his last choice for a partner, but she was all he had. Their search for her cousin took them through country as rugged and untamed as he was, but with a wild beauty so like Victoria herself that along the way he lost his heart and began to dream of fences.
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