|Patti caning a chair|
|Rush work beside caned chairs|
The sheltered young lady, who's spent much of her life out east, and the gruff Irishman, who's had as many names as "careers," make an unlikely duo as they face life on the trail. They start out on the wrong foot, but after enduring harsh conditions, dangerous passages, and encounters with outlaws, they come not only to rely on each other, but also to fall in love.
Except for Rafferty loving this woman is out of the question. They reward he'll get for delivering Margarita "safe and intact" is his ticket to a fresh start. A fresh start he especially needs now that "Rafferty" has a price on his head, thanks to the fact he's unwittingly been guarding more than McIntosh's precious daughter. Concealed in Margarita's saddlebag is something which explains why men are trying to kill them.
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Sometimes it seems like Angel Harper is going to spend the rest of her adult life making up for her youthful transgressions—like running away with a two-timing, irresponsible cowboy on the rodeo circuit.
|Patti and Bob|
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