“Love John Wayne westerns? Want to live out the dream? Come to Purple Sage, Texas and try your hand at being a hand! A cowhand, that is. Live as you might have in the late 1800’s. Give us a call if you want to make history come alive.”

When Sasha reads this ad on Greg’s list, little does she know how it will change her life. Her job as an attendant for the elderly Mr. Parham leaves her longing for a little outdoor adventure and company, so she decides to visit the intriguing Purple Sage Ranch.

Spending a weekend in 1890, Sasha finds new friends and new attitudes, especially when it comes to how husbands express their displeasure with mischievous wives, but since she is single, she’s in no danger of having her backside warmed. She’s free to revel in the chores and challenges, along with the simple pleasures enjoyed by her new acquaintances.

She meets Luke at the ranch and finds herself attracted to him. Luke falls for her at first sight, as the saying goes, and makes every effort to spend time with her, although Sasha doesn’t make it easy for him. During her stay, she discovers there may be more to the ranch than what they advertise. Trouble begins, and Sasha finds herself right in the middle of it.

Can Sasha trust her heart and Luke? Can Luke convince her of his feelings? Is he able to keep her safe? Together, are they able to forge something new from what started as Sasha’s getaway weekend?

Publisher’s Note: This book contains elements of domestic discipline. If this theme offends you, please do not purchase.