Chance Ballinger is on the run from the Texas law when a lucky poker hand wins him half share to a prime Montana cattle ranch. When he travels out to the ranch and meets his "partner, " Kathleen McBride, she's at the business end of a loaded a shotgun--aimed directly at him. Some sweet--and fast--talking convey the truth to Kathleen--she's got no choice but to join forces with this gambler. He's the same kind of man her daddy and brother were, but worse. He's got a smooth way with words and a devil-may-care grin that make her Irish temper flare--and her heart beat quite a bit faster.
"Gambler's Daughter" is a passionate love story that will appeal to fans of Linda Lael Miller. It's a heartwarming tale that includes humor, the antics of two adorable children, and a love match that was written in the great Montana landscape.