The first book was about Rafe and his bossiness. The second was about Ethan and his grinning. This one is about Seth and his craziness. Of all the three boys, I love Seth the best. He gets his mind back and is crazy in love with Callie.
It starts by introducing us to Callie and an attempted stagecoach robbery. Callie knows how to use a gun and boss people around. Robbers try to rob the stage that Callie and her son, Conner, is on. Seth is the father, but he doesn't remember. The others on the stage are the parson and his wife. She wings one of the robbers, hands her son to the parson's wife and tells her to get down in the floor. When she doesn't, she pulls her down by the front of her dress. The parson can't shoot, so she makes him get down in the floor also. When the stage turns over and she is filled with splinters from the wood, she tells the parson and his wife to run to town with Conner and get the sheriff. Someone rides up soon after they leave, and it is Seth. Callie is ready to kill him. He doesn't remember her. That's when the fun begins.
The cave is still there, and the treasure is still in the picture. It's a fun book. My husband and I were reading it at the same time, not good. We fought for it.
Here's the picture and the blurb. I hope you will enjoy it.