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FINAL STAND
by Helen R. Myers

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Las Vegas police officer Sasha Mills is on the run. Getting caught could get her
killed, but she can't resist rescuing an injured dog outside of Bitters, Texas.

She arrives on the doorstep of Gray Slaughter, a hermit-like veterinarian,
looking for help. Instead, she receives immediate suspicion, first from Gray, who
doesn't believe half of what comes out of her mouth (rightly so), and then from
the chief of police, Frank Elias. A church is burned down at the same time Sasha
shows up, and Frank, a notorious slime ball, immediately zeroes in on her as a
suspect.

Now she's trapped in a small town and unable to run. The danger that's pursuing
her is right on her heels, and Sasha decides the time has come to stop running
and take a stand. This small Texas town will never be the same.

Ms. Myers characters, each flawed and scarred, ring true. Unfortunately, a slow
setup diminishes the excitement, and readers may find their interest waning
before the story's climax. (Feb., 384 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: Mira

Published: February 2002

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