I read a time travel romance years ago that I loved, but, unfortunately, I loaned it to a friend who I don’t speak to anymore and I’m hoping your
readers can help me figure out the title.
*I think it must have been a Kensington or Zebra book because it came in the mail
*The cover is yellow or the heroine is wearing yellow. I think there are falls in the background or at least water and the heroine is straddling the hero. The hero may be wearing brown trousers.
*The heroine is a bounty hunter & she is tracking a serial killer who is responsible for the death of her daughter & ex-husband (I think he blew them up, or something). She loses the serial killer when she sees him enter a falls. She follows him through & ends up in the old west. She has with her a pack of disguises, like colored contacts, padding, makeup, flesh, etc.
*the hero is half-Native American & half-white. His mother/father is a “peer of the realm” I think and he has a title somehow—and land, lots of land. He’s also the sheriff. He falls for her pretty hard but she’s wrapped up in trying to capture the serial killer who, incidentally, has been coming and going from this time and is a respected saloon owner in the town. He’s confused when he
discovers her in her various disguises, some of which are male costumes.
*The heroine has a Norplant(sp) and she scratches her wrist a lot, which leads to the sheriff’s deputy seeing through her disguises.
*At the end the serial killer ends up with an arrow through the heart and is shoved through the falls to the present day (where only a few hours or so have passed). She marries the sheriff.
Sometimes it’s a smallpox scar, and sometimes it’s matchsticks of birth control under your skin, but whatever it is, time travelers can run, but hey cannot hide.