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DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT
by RaeAnne Thayne

Genre: Series

2006 Silhouette Special Edition Award Winner

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Returning home to recover from a wound received in Afghanistan is Army nurse Maggie Cruz's only option, but she no longer has a job -- or a fiance --
stateside. Running into Dr. Jake Dalton immediately shakes Maggie up, as does his obvious interest. Adjusting to the
loss of her leg and using a prosthesis
are simple compared to considering physical intimacy with Jake -- or believing she's more than just a "case" to
him. But Jake's persistent, and Maggie's only human! RaeAnne Thayne continues The Cowboys of Cold Creek with Dancing in the Moonlight (4.5), a timely, sensitively written and supremely heartfelt tale. Truly special!

Reviewed By: Catherine Witmer

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: May 2006

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