By Any Other Name
For Julia Colton, it means the difference between war and peace, friendship and hatred. From birth, her father has taught her that the Jayhawkers of Kansas are the enemy--especially the Murphys. But when Ryan Murphy steps in like a hero from a fairy tale, and saves her from a group of Jayhawkers, Julia begins to question her alliances. She sees a tenderness in his blue eyes that she has never seen in any man, and she feels an undeniable spark between them.
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