Home in Whiskey Creek
In Too Deep
Healing hearts and second chances …
When Will Tanner stopped her for speeding on a Wyoming backroad, Andrea McPhee couldn’t resist trying to tease a smile out of the brooding temporary sheriff, aching to bring some light to hold back the dark shadows. Her best friend’s older brother has journeyed through hell and deserves to find heaven on the other side – or at least a little peace.
Though fiercely drawn to the comfort of her arms, Will isn’t sure he can find room for a woman like Andie in a life focused on vengeance – until he discovers she has secrets of her own.
Can a man possessed by the past give the woman who loves him new hope? And can a woman still fighting her own demons be the sanctuary he needs?
Originally published in 1997 as Loveswept #833, IN TOO DEEP is available for the first time in digital form.
Romantic Times gave the book four stars and reviewer Melinda Helfer said, “Ms. Thayne creates richly textured characters who engage both our hearts and minds in this deftly plotted, emotionally uplifting love story.”
Rachel Lawrence hasn’t been back to Wyoming since her husband died fighting a brush fire, but if seeing her beloved nephews again means facing rancher Sam Wyatt and the guilt she still feels, she’s willing to take the risk.
Sam has plenty of his own guilt. He walked away from fighting fires and built a comfortable life on the ranch for him and his sons in Whiskey Creek. The last thing he needs is for Rachel to come back with her green eyes, her long legs and the smile he’s never been able to forget.
Stunned by the heat of his attraction for her, Sam aches to lose himself in her arms, but can a rough-edged cowboy make a woman like her burn? And is Rachel strong enough to surrender her fear of losing all she loved again? A classic story of loss, hope and the promise of forever.
The remote Wyoming cabin he’d chosen for his escape suited high-powered lawyer Nicholas Kincaid just fine – at least it did, until a lovely shepherdess and her sheep invaded his privacy! Ivy Parker needed his pasture for her flock, but negotiating with Nick means getting way too close for comfort …