Geli Benson's horse can't be tamed and neither can she. Unless Harley Bowen's doing the taming. Geli's has been in love with hometown heart throb Harley Bowen since she was fifteen, so in love that at sixteen she jumped in the backseat with a local good for nothing just to be the kind of exciting girl Harley might desire. But Harley joined the Marines that summer and Geli gave birth to a son, a secret she’s kept till now. Raised by Geli’s sister Paula for the first twelve years, Geli gets her child back at her sister’s funeral and trades her title of high priestess of the party scene for chief cook and bottle washer just when Harley gets back to town. Mountain Guide Harley Bowen is a successful businessman who rules his life with the discipline of a Marine corpsman and the determination of a warrior. So when the object of his desire refuses his advances, Harley proposes a contract with Geli Benson, complete with a performance clause. Geli must spend one week alone with him on his sailboat. If his performance doesn’t match her expectations, she can walk away with the thirty five thousand dollars he’s lent her for adoption fees and forget he’s ever existed. Now Geli is faced with two options. Marry the town doctor and live a respectable family life or indulge in the fantasy that has consumed her all these years. Colorado romance at its best, Fencing Geli is book three in the Telluride Trilogy.