Diamond Jewel was a wildcat, wild and free as the Texas breeze that she roamed in. No one dared mess with her or her father, Onyx. Or at least she had thought along those lines. Now Onyx is dead and suspicion is pointed toward Adam Winter, the neighboring rancher. Adam is arrested and a trial is held, but while he`s found not guilty, Diamond is still sure that he is.
But on top of the grief she feels for losing her father, she`s faced with not one, not two, but three sisters that she had known nothing about. At first, she rejects them, not wanting to believe that her father would have kept something like that from her, but comes to see that there was more to her father than she had thought.
Adam is intrigued by Diamond, and can`t blame her for hating his guts - he would, too. But he knows he`s innocent, even if she doesn`t. And she isn`t making life easy for him.
This is a good book, though Adam wasn`t a strong character, he was extremely likeable, and the wildcat ways of Diamond are something that will remain in my mind for a long time. Diamond is a great book, and if you see it, be sure to pick it up!!