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THE FALL OF ROME
by Beth Ciotta

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1878 Arizona Territory

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Ciotta strikes gold with this fast-paced western. The characters that readers loved in her Wild West series are back in this intricately plotted story, which has hero and a heroine who fight like cats and dogs.

Former Wells Fargo rider Rome Garrett falls from dime-store hero to despicable womanizer after he kills a man and gets caught with a married woman. Furthermore, Kat, the woman he loves, left him several years ago. To pull himself out of the mire, he takes a job with the Peace Alliance to bring down
a train robber and prevent the man from getting his hands on Kat's niece.
Kat has been on the run for years.

The child that may or may not be Rome's is more important than life itself to her. Now, Frankie's life is in danger, thanks to the outlaw who didn't like it when she left him. To catch the outlaw, she must team up with the handsome and seductive Rome, who's not the same old "let's get drunk and get in bed" cad she fell in love with. (Medallion, Jul., 325 pp., $7.95)

Reviewed By: Faith V. Smith

Publisher: Medallion

Published: July 2008

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