I've read a few of Whitefeather's books throughout the years & liked them. Having read 2 in less than a week, I now realize how very similar the themes/tropes/characters are in her books. This book was so similar to Cheyenne Dad (i.e., blonde virgin h who falls in love with loner/noncommital/formerly-promiscuous-but-recently-abstinent/rodeo rider part-Native Am Hero, Hero is cigarette smoker who's trying to quit, there's kid(s) & pet(s) both Hero & heroine both get along with) I practically predicted what was going to happen next. The only major differences b/w the 2 books is the amnesia angle, heroine in this book was more assertive, & Hero was not as domineering & less serious. An average book but its predictability & similarity to another of author's book made it a boring read for me.