Princess Anna thought cowboys were the stuff of movies, but rugged, gunslinging Tanner West was living, breathing proof they existed. Just like she was a very real damsel in distress after her father's kingdom was overthrown and rebels wanted her dead. Her father had claimed Tanner was the only man who could protect her, but could he shield her from falling dangerously in love? Tanner West thought he'd seen it all, but a princess in Oklahoma with assassins on her-high-heels? He was more worried the spoiled royal wouldn't survive a day on his family's rustic ranch. He would risk his life to make sure his princess lived happily ever after, but would that mean risking his heart, too?