The gossips of Colson, Montana, said Quinn Bowdrie was a rogue, and unfit company for a woman. That put newcomer Victoria Dunning in a very compromising situation. For Victoria didn't know much about men–but no matter what people said, she couldn't deny the raging attraction whenever Quinn touched her. And although Quinn honestly believed he couldn't offer her a future, every female instinct in Victoria told her that a Montana-sized heart beat beneath Quinn's lean, mean, lonesome exterior. He'd be the perfect man to take her virginity…. What would the gossips say then?