Roy Beaudry, the son of a sheriff who had died with his guns blazing, was known as a fighting “vaquero.” But Beulah Rutherford knew the secret behind his reputation for bravery.
…why he dared to ride into an outlaw kingdom without a gun.
…why he turned his back on a killer and calmly rolled a cigarette.
And what was to keep her from spreading that secret? She had been brought up in a lawless outpost, where living meant choosing sides. And hers had been chosen by her birthright. She was the fiery daughter of the outlaw who had murdered Roy Beaudry’s father!