Serena Walsh had fled from the Mormon wagon train -- and from the clutches of the fanatic Elder Greer. She had been saved on the desolate prairie by the handsome, cynical Ward Dunbar who wanted her body as his reward. Now Serena was Dunbar's unwilling mistress -- and his prisoner. Now she was despised by Dunbar's beautiful partner, Pearlie, for stealing her man. Now she was desired by Nathan Benedict, the millionaire who wanted her love at any price. And still she was pursued by Elder Greer. Could Serena Walsh stand alone against the primitive passions of a hostile town?
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