Life seems unfair to Cheyenne Williams. Her parents get divorced right after she graduates high school. Leaving the ranch she loathes, she moves to Paris to live with her mother. After barely graduating college, she learns her life is to be turned upside down yet again when her mother announces she is remarrying. With nowhere else to go, Cheyenne returns to Wyoming to live with her father and brother… on the very ranch she so eagerly fled four years earlier. Surrounded by cattle and horses that smell, and cowboys she thinks are too stupid and too lazy to get a real job, she is absolutely miserable – until she meets Ty Tomlinson. As the ranch foreman, he not only eats all his meals with the Williams family, he is also her brother’s best friend. She is surprised to discover he isn’t your typical ranch hand. Besides being incredibly handsome, his manners are impeccable, and he seems far more intelligent than she would have thought. As their relationship develops, she learns just how smart this cowboy is. Unfortunately for Cheyenne, Ty is smart enough to see through her schemes where no one else does. This causes a definite hitch when she discovers he has no problem turning her over his knee whenever the situation warrants it. Will his stern but loving care help Cheyenne remember that she didn’t always hate her home, or will his expectations – that she can do so much better if she only faces her past and owns up to her behavior – set her free to love not only the ranch, but the rancher himself? DISCLAIMER: This book contains the spanking of adult women. If this offends you, please do not purchase. Publisher's Note: This is a newly edited version of a book previously published on Discipline and Desire.