He hides from the world...but he can't hide from her.
Men of the White Sandy, Book 2
Moving her veterinary practice out west is a chance for Mary-Beth to start over. But her resolve to learn to hold her tongue goes out the window when she meets Jacob, a Lakota cowboy who says next to nothing-especially about the black leather mask covering half his face.
Sometimes he seems to be almost flirting. Other times, it's as if he's angry she exists. But there's no mistaking the heat that flares between them.
Jacob still isn't sure who-or what-carved up his face and killed his best friend three years ago. All he knows is the thing was after a child he now hides with his silence. A medicine woman's granddaughter he would die to protect.
Outspoken, sexy Mary Beth reminds him of how lonely his life has become. But he can't forget how much he stands to lose if any distraction allows a monster to rise again and destroy the last hope of his people.
Warning: This book contains a masked cowboy with a lot to hide, a woman who shoots her mouth off at all the wrong times, and the wanton destruction of a certain pair of panties during explosive sex.