Return to Texas in Joan Johnston's beloved Hawk's Way series. Tate Whitelaw has had enough of her older brothers' constant interference in her life. So she decides to split from the ranch she's called home for all of her twenty-three years. Tate does what any young, red-blooded American girl would do -- she runs straight into the arms of hardened rancher Adam Phillips. Adam's is no mood to rescue a damsel in distress, but his heart has other ideas. Tate has no clue that her estranged brother, Jesse is as close as the neighboring spread . . . and Adam has no intention of telling her. He didn't go looking for Tate, but he can't imagine letting her go now. But when she meets Jesse's wife and discovers Jesse is the ranch hand next door, Adam has some explaining ahead of him. Add to that the three Whitelaw boys, who show up with shotguns in tow to make sure their sister's an honest woman, and there's really nothing left to say except "I do."