Back of the Book
From the moment Jesse Baker collides with Erin O'Grady on a Boston train platform, he faces a dilemma. For once, Jesse doesn't want to lie about who and what he is. Yet if she learns he's a con artist, not a cowboy—and the urchin with him is certainly not his brother—she'll never give him a chance.Erin suspects there's more to the enigmatic cowboy than meets the eye. But the sheltered socialite is certain his deep compassion is real. On the long Christmastime train ride to Wyoming, hearts and courage are tested and true motives revealed. And the journey that began in a charade may end with redemption—and a very real love.
Thanks to Lacy Williams for my review copy.
I enjoyed this story. The book starts at Boston train station with Erin wanting to go visit her brother in Wyoming and we see Jesse facing a dilemma. He's just out of prison and wanting to go straight but at the same time he needs to go to Chicago. Add a street kid who claims he's Jesse's brother and things get interesting. Jesse had met women like Erin before, she is a socialite and spoilt so Jesse thinks but she seems different. Erin is not what she seems and we see a side of her that surprises Jesse. I love Erin she has a strong spirit and is determined to be more than what her father wants. I like Jesse also and his "brother" steals many scenes. This is a really good book.