This is the third book in Lang's The Circle Eight series. It is also the second 5 star I have given the series. I loved Matthew, but I think I liked this one maybe a little bit more.
The hero Caleb and the heroine Aurora (Rory) Foster are very real people. Stubborn, determined, do and say silly things and both cuss like pros. I loved them and they were made for each other. She is a blacksmith that Caleb has been sent in his ranger capacity to evict. Women cannot own land. She is squatting on what had been her father's land in Texas.
To add to the already high angst, delight and passion of this book the missing brother in the two previous books turns up. There were moments in reading this that tears clouded my eyes, that a laughter crashed our refusing to be held back and times I actually said out loud to the character, "What are you thinking?" The book takes you along on a fun ride from beginning to end.