(From the publisher):
A woman. Her teenage daughter. A handsome, laid-back, chauvinistic rancher. And the savagery of unseen forces at large in the mountain wilds of Utah.
Lynn Nelson is beautiful, harried - and divorced. A thirty-five-year-old single mother, she agrees to help chaperon her teenage daughter Rory and nineteen other girls on a wilderness trip. It seems pretty simple at first: the trip is sponsored by Adventure Incorporated, the weather is fine, and nothing is more troublesome than the minor skirmishes that sometimes flare up between girls and their mothers. Except that there's more lurking along these mountain trails than adolescent hormones. Lynn and Rory find themselves set apart from the rest of the group, with only out-fitter Jess Feldman for protection - he with the blazing baby blues, and the more than slightly macho attitude that women can't handle the outdoors. Normally Jess would be protection enough, but surrounding the trio is a danger far more menacing than any of them realizes - the face of an unknown, and all too real, evil is at large. As this terrifying ordeal plays itself out, the sparks that fly between Jess and Lynn make for a passion every bit as dramatic as the twisted trails of the majestic Uinta mountain range.
Original title: Heartbreaker
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense